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ACGtSSION No 1^5^?) 



TWENTY-JJINTH HNNUflL REPORT 



OP THE 

State Board of Edoeation, 

SHOWING THE CONDITION OF THE 

Fublio Schools of Marylani 

FOR THE 

Year Ending July 31st, 1895. 




ANNAPOLIS: 
Kmo Bros., State Pkinters, 
1896. 



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STATE OF MAEYLAND. 

Office of the State Board of Edcjcation, 

Baltimore, December 15, 1895. 
To His Excellency Frank Brown, 

Governor of Maryland: 

Sir — I have the honor to transmit to jou the Annual Keport 
of the State Board of Education for the fiscal and school year 
ending July 31, 1895, with accompanying documents, as required 
by law. 

Yery respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

E. B. PEETTYMAN, 

Secretary. 



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State BoaFd of Edoeation. 



The following summary, in connection with the accompanying 
tables, exhibits, in]a condensed form, the most important facts 
connected with the administration of the public school system of 
the State, for the fiscal and school year ending in the city of 
Baltimore, December 31, 1894, and in the counties, July 31, 
1895. 

The several items are compared with the corresponding items 
for 1893, in the city of Baltimore and for 1894, in the counties: 

Number of schools in Baltimore city 179 

" " the counties 3,154 

Total 2,333 

Being an increase in 1895 of 3 

Number of different pupils, citv 78,275 

counties 126,469 

Total 204,744 

Being a decrease in 1895 of 102 

Highest number enrolled in one term, city 62,028 

" " " counties... 114,207 

Total 176,230 

Being an increase in 1895 of 6,051 

Average number in daily attendance, city r)0,262 

" " " counties.... 71,300 



Total 

Being_^an increase in 1895 of 5,020 



121,562 



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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



Number of teachers, city 1,626 

" " counties 2,887 

Total 4.518 

Being an increase in 1895 of 195 

Number of months schools were open, citj 10 

counties. 8.6 

Average for the State ^,3 

l' Being a decrease of 1-10 of 1 month 

Receipts from all sources, city $1,132,484 13 

counties 1,216,856 92 

Total 12,349,341 OS 

Being an increase in 1895 of. ..$31,392 47 "^"^ 

Amount paid for teachers' salaries, city $913,431 60 

counties 816,250 84 

Total $1 ,729,682 44 

Being an increase in 1895 of. . .$84,285 61 

Amount paid for building, repairing and furnish- 
ing school houses, city $144,418 82 

Amount paid for building, repairing and furnish- 
ing school houses, counties 105,978 38 

Total $250,397 20 

Being a decrease in 1895 of $36,685 07 

Amount paid for books and stationery, city $61,463 33 

" " " counties. . 48,383 03 

Total $109,846 36 

Being an increase in 1895 of. . . $12,225 87 

Amount paid for rent, fuel and other incidentals, 

city $71,715 42 

Amount paid for rent, fuel and other incidentals, 

counties 70,928 80 

Total $142,644 22 

Being an increase in 1895 of . . . $20,843 24 

Total expenses for public school purposes, city. .$1,207,229 17 * 
Total expenses for public school purposes, coun- 
ties 1,181,052 16 

Total $2,388,281^^33 

Being an increase in 1895 of. ..$40,269 62 ~ 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



Excluding the city of Baltimore, the countj schook show thfe 
following reeulte : 

Kum)l)er of schools 3,154 

Decrease in 1895 • 

Total number of scholars enrolled 136,469' , 

Increase in 1895 1,0»6 ^ 

Highest number enrolled in one term 114,207 

Increase in 1895 . . • 2.^7$ 

Ayerage number enrolled 1©5,060 

Increase in 1895 3,363 

Average number in daily attendance 71,300 

Increase in 1895 1,693 

Nmmber in first grade 29,956 

Increase in 1895 1,58^ 

l^umber in second grade 18,493 

Increase in 1895 191 

Number in third grade 20,554 

Increase in 1895 837 

Number in fourth ffrade 16,698 

Decrease in 1895 " -• - 2,122 

Number in fifth grade 13,511 

Decrease in 1895 : • • : • 586 

Number in sixth grade 9,062 

Increase in 1895 v. :• : 71il 

Number above sixth gi-ade * 10,184 

Increase in 1895 . 6,031 , 

Number studying book-keeping 2,715 

Increase in 1895 • • • ' 300 

Number studying algebra 6,288 • 

Increase in 1895 503 

Number studying philosophy 3,534 . . ... . 

Decrease in 1895 84 

Number studying drawing 27,474 

Decrease in 1895 852 ' 

Number studying geometry 2,798 

Increase in 1895 ■•• BSK 

Number studying physiology 19,274 

Increase in 1895 532 



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ANNUAL RKPOJtT OF THE 



Number - of .^cachers ( iiicliKiing assistants) — . ^ 

^eu— white, 709 ; colored, 201 ; total .". <J10 

Womcu— white, 1,600; colored. 317; total 1,977 

Total 2,887 : 

Increase in 1895 33 

Arcrage number of 'mouths schools were open. . . S.d 
Decrease of 0.2 of one month. 

Amoutft received from State school tax (white 
schools,) free school fund, and academic dona- 

iions , $347,749 20 

. . Decrease in 1895 $1,484 83 

Amount received from State school tax appropri- 

ked to colored schools $92,331 92 

Decrease in 1895 $21 94. 

AuiouDt received from county tax $539,983 38 

Increase in 1895 $2,528 71 > 

Amount paid for teachers' salaries? $816,250 84 

.. Increase in 1895 $1,520 21 

Amount paid for building, repairing and furnish- 
ing school houses $105,978 38 

Decrease in 1895 $63,765 92 

Amount paid tor books and stationer}- * $48,383 03 

Decrease in 1895 $1,881 47 

Amount paid for supervision and office expenses. $40,903 61 

Decrease in 1895 $639 77 

Amount paid for incidental expenses, including 

fuel and rent $70,928 80 

Decrease in 1895 SI, 761 63 

Amount paid for interest $8,614 16 ; 

Increase in 1895 $2,637 33 

Amount paid for miscellaneous expenses $17,272 66 ' 

Decrease in 1895 $3.136 44 

Amount of indebtedness paid $72.720 68 ~" 

Increase in 1895 $25,828 05 

Total expenses for the public school purposes in 

the counties $1,181,052 16 

Decrease in 1895 $41,199 64 ' 



STATE BOARD OF P^DUCATION. 



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The items of expenditure which show an increase are: 

Teachers' salarie? $1,520 21 

Interest 2,G37 33 

Indebtedness paid 25,828 05 

Total $29,985 _69 

The items which show a decrease are : 

Building, repairing and furnishing $63,765 92 

Books and stationery 1,881 47 

Supervision and office expenses 639 77 

Incidental expenses, fuel and rent 1,761 63 

Miscellaneous 3,136 44 

Total $71 ,185 23 

Showing a net decrease of expenditure in 1895. . $41,199 64 



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STATE TABLES. 



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ANI^UAL REPORT OF THE 



STATE TABLES. 



The State tables annexed present the usual summarv of inter- 
esting facts. 

Table '*A" shows the population of Maryland by counties and 
the number of white and colored, according to the census of 
1890. 

Table "B" shows the population between 5 and 20, and the 
quarterly distribution of the State school tax to the white schools 
of the several counties and the city of Baltimore. 

Table "C" shows the colored population between 5 and 20, 
and the quarterly distribution of the State school tax to colored 
schools of the several counties and the city of Baltimore. 

Table "D" shows the assessed value of the property subject to 
taxation in the several counties, with the amounts, as **State 
School Tax, ^^Free School Fund," ^'Academic Fund," "Appro- 
priation to Colored Schools" and "County School Tax." 

Table "E" shows receipts from all sources, with the totals 
(including balances carried over.) 

Table "F" shows the expenditures of the several counties 
under the items of teachers' salaries, incidental expenses, books 
and stationery, building, repairing and furniture, supervision and 
office expenses, miscellaneous, interest, indebtedness paid, with 
the balance on hand and the totals. 

Table "G" shows the number of pupils in the primary grades, 
and the number studying special branches. 

Table "H" shows the number of schools in each county, the 
number of months schools were open, the number of teachers, 
male and female, the number of different pupils, the average 
number of pupils enrolled and in attendance, and the highest 
number enrolled in one term. 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



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Table 'T' shows the cost of the colored schools and the statis- 
tics (under the same heads as those mentioned hi Table "H") of 
the colored schools separately. 

Table "K" shows the receipts from all sources for colored 
schools (including balance carried over.) 

Table "L" shows the expenditures for colored schools under 
the heads mentioned in Table "F." 

Table ^'M" gives the statistics of the several colleges receiving 
State donations, and of the State Normal School. 

Table "N" gives the statistics of the several schools and 
academies receiving State donations. 

The county reports give in detail the enrollment and the 
average attendance for each term, and the expenses of each 
individual school, under the heads of rent, fuel, repairs, inci- 
dentals, furniture, blackboards and stoves, books, and teachers' 
salaries. Every citizen can thus know what the school in his 
district has cost, and may become the auditor of the accounts. 
It is believed that no State in the Union furnishes a similarly 

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minute detail of expenses. 

Signed : 

FRANK BEOWN, Governor, 

President, 

WILLIAM DALE, 
JAMES A. DIFFENBAUGII, 
LOUIS L. BEATTY, 
CHARLES B. ROGERS, 

E. B. PRETTYMAN, 

Secretary. 



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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY. 



The summary included in the report of the State Board of 
Education, and the State tables immediately following, give a 
comprehensive view of the condition of the public schools 
during the last school year, ending July 31, 1894. The statisti- 
cal reports of the Board of Commissioners of Public Schools of 
Baltimore City, and of the School Commissioners of the several 
counties of the State, present, in minute detail, the facts con- 
cerning the schools, and show the receipts and disbursements for 
their support. The statements of the several County Examiners 
will doubtless be read with great interest. 

CAROLINE COUNTY.— J/. B. Stevens, Examiner, 

Denton, Md., December 30, 1895. 

Hon. E. B. Pkettyman, 

Sec^y State Board Education. 

My Dear Sir — In compliance with request, contained in your 
favor of 20th inst., that "some supplemental remarks on topics 
of public school work, including district school libraries," accom- 
pany the statistical report of our county schools, we are glad to 
claim, with pardonable pride, the distinction of being the banner 
county of the State in the formation of school libraries. There 
^ire how forty-one of our schools with libraries and only eight 
white schools without them. It is our purpose to encourage the 
work until at least every w^hite school shall enjoy whatever 
advantages a library of carefully selected books may afford. 
The total number of library books exceeds four thousand 
volumes, and it is in place to add that comparatively few cheap 
books are included in the purchases. Oar suggestion that an 
unabridged dictionary and an encyclopedia be included in the 
first purchase of library books has in many cases been heeded, 
for these should form the nucleus for every library enterprise. 
Upon the assumption that no argument is needed to demonstrate 
the value and utility of a school library both upon school work 



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in making it more efficient and comprehensible, and the intelli- 
gence of the school district in raising it to a higher plane, it is 
hard to understand wh}^ the schools of our State do not accom- 
plish more in this direction. There are no valid reasons why 
fifty per cent, of our schools to-day, without these necessary 
educational adjuncts, should not arrange to establish a school 
library before the close of the present fiscal year. Any live and 
energetic teacher can do it and, we feel tempted to say, ^o^ll do 
it. The first thing to be done on the part of a school is to 
determine to form a library and then devise the best means to 
raise at least ten dollars, so that the donation from the County 
School Board may be available. Some teachers hold* school 
festivals and raise the amount, which is the popular method in 
our county ; others solicit small contributions through the agency 
of the pupils, while others give school entertainments and charge 
an admission fee. Whenever a school establishes a library the 
fact should be sent to the press of the county and published, 
that every other teacher and the school patrons of other districts 
may become cognizant of it. The effect will be healthy. Public 
attention in this way will soon become aroused as to their 
importance, and interest in favor of school libraries will be so 
quickened as to make the task of establishing them quite easy. 

The objection is sometimes raised that library books are soon 
scattered over the school district and lost, and consequently the 
usefulness of the library is of short duration. When this is the 
case, then the objection is well founded. There must be library 
rules and regulations to prevent this, and under the direction of 
our School Board, such regulations, uniform for all libraries, are 
printed and pasted in every book. I\or is this sufficient; for 
every teacher at the close of the year should take an inventory of 
all the books on hami and furnish a list to the County Examiner, 
who should compare it with the report for the preceding year 
and note whatever books may be missing. We have found this 
to be an effective way to prevent the depletion of school libraries 
which is the tendency unless the teacher is made responsible for 
the return of the books. The loss to our libraries working on 
this plan for the last school year was a mere trifle. The 
cause of school libraries was materially helped when the State 
Board of Education issued a catalogue in which the books are 



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classified for the various grades. It had often occurred that 
books were selected ill adapted to the taste of the average pupil 
and bv following: the catalogue this error is now avoided. 

The interest of pupils and patrons must not onlj be awakened 
for the time but retained. This can be done by purchasing some 
new books every year. Indeed, interest will wane and the useful- 
ness of the library be lessened unless the library be enlarged 
frequently. During the past threee months more than three 
hundred dollars have been spent in purchasing books for 
libraries that have been established for years. 

We are now making our plans to have the eight remaining 
white schools purchase libraries, and in this way make good our 
assertion that it is possible for every school to provide a "district 
school library," and sanction the wisdom of the framers of our 
school law when they declared : "For the further encouragement 
of education, district libraries ought to be established in each 
school house district." 

Yours, obediently, 

M. B. Stephens, 

Secretary^ 

Edward K. Goslin, 
Jno. F. Dawson, 
Henry C. Fisher, 

Commissioners. 



CHAELES COUNTY.— i^. J. Maddox, Examiner, 

Port Tobacco, Md., Decemler mii, 1895. 
Prof. E. B. Prettyman, 

Baltimore, Md. 

The financial statement, which I have the honor to transmit to 
you, bears evidence of our straightened circumstances, but I beg 
to say not from any mismanagement on the part of our school 
officials, but from a reduction in the State distribution and aa 
increased number of schools. 

Doubtless our County Commissioners would come to our res- 
cne and grant us adequate means to meet many urgent demands 



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of our schools, but misfortunes, increasing the county expenses, 
have been so numerous that t/iey are thinking of invoking State 
aid to relieve themselves. 

Our school service sustained a great loss in the death of our 
late Examiner, Mr. Geo. W. Berry, coming as it did, about the 
middle of the scholastic year, when the most valuable service is 
to be rendered in the school-room. Much time was necessarily 
lost in filling his place, ascertaining the status of affairs, and 
getting things in working order under changed conditions. 

Notwithstanding these impediments, our schools have gone on 
smoothly and successfully, with encouraging prospects for the 
future. Our teachers, for the most part, have put forth addi- 
tional effort and have endeavored to overcome this untimely loss. 

Our Teachers' Associations are held quarterly; they are well 
attended by both teachers and outsiders, who manifest great 
interest and seem to be well paid for their time and trouble. 

We have established eleven school libraries, containing per- 
haps one hundred and fifty books, and they are being increased 
from time to time by the efforts of our teachers. While the 
purpose aimed at, in establishing school libraries, is highly com- 
mendable, it is doubtful whether or not they will prove prac- 
ticable, as our school houses are so remote from all other habit- 
able buildings, that they are in imminent danger of being 
appropriated for a less worthy purpose than that for which they * 
were intended. 

Yery truly yours, &c„ 

F. J. Maddox, Examiner. 



DORCHESTER COUNTY— James L. Biyan, Examiner. 

* Cambridge, Maryland, December lOth^ 1895. 

In addition to the full official and financial report of our 
schools in this county, I would add that there has been some 
increase in the attendance of pupils, considerable improvement 
in the houses and furniture, and creditable results from the 



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year's work of the Board, Examiner and teachers. If the fre- 
quent changes of teachers could be prevented, even better re- 
sults might be expected. 

School Libraries. 

There are school libraries in Cambridge, East New Market 
and Vienna, and possibly small ones in other school districts, 
containing in all over one thousand volumes. In addition, we 
have a valuable collection of works, books of reference, &c., in 
the office of the School Board, which teachers consult. 

No general adoption of such useful additions to our ordinary 
facilities can be expected while our school funds are so limited. 
With an area as great as that of Talbot, Caroline and part of 
Queen Anne's counties, we are still tied down to about ninety-five 
white schools and forty-five colored ones, and these are run only 
three terms for the white and two for the colored, while in the 
territory compared with our county in area, there are over two 
hundred schools run for a much longer time. 

In addition to these restrictions we have no Institutes or 
Teachers' Associations for the improvement of the young 
teachers. 

These difficulties are also due to the limited means at our dis- 
posal. 

Naturally we consider this state of affairs as almost a violation 
of the constitutional provision for education. 

Section 1st of article YIII reads as follows : "The General 
Assembly, at its first session after the adoption of this Constitu- 
tion, sliall by law, establish throughout the State a thorough and 
-efficient system of Free Public Schools ; and shall provide by 
taxation or otherwise for their maintenance." 

As the condition of school affairs in this county, so very un- 
satisfactory, is still better than that in some other counties of the 
State, it is a duty not to be neglected by school authorities, by 
the executive and legislative departments of the Government, to 
bring the system to a more uniform compliance with the pro- 
visions of the Constitution in this most important matter. 

In my report last year I suggested a fair and sensible solution 
of the problem, as follows : 



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"We cannot possibly adopt a fairer mode of raising the neces- 
sary funds than the one adopted in the YanBokkelen law. 
First, in a State tax sufficient to pay all teachers' salaries. Sal- 
aries of principal and professors in the Normal School. Secondly, 
a county tax, sufficient to pay the other expenses of the system, 
for incidentals, building and repairing school houses, furniture, 
stoves, fuel, &c. (See page 99 of first report of State Superin- 
tendent, L. Yan Bokkelen.) 

These changes, with re-creation of the office of State Superin- 
tendent of Education, relieved of the control of the Normal 
School, would bring relief to the system, and joy to the people 
of the State. 

I would add to these recommendations the adoption of a State 
year of at least nine months of actual teaching for all. Coun- 
ties desiring one more month, to defray that expense from local 
means. Such action as this would soon bring all of the counties 
into line in this noble work, and carry out the provisions of the 
Constitution of the State, and the evident intentions of the wise 
and able men who formulated it. 

The reorganization of the school system at this time, would 
not be complete without fair, prudent and wise consideration of 
the selection of the School Commissioners. The present mode 
is not satisfactory, if constitutional, and there will forever be 
objection to a plan which makes the most important part of the 
school system the reward of mere party fealty, of persons often- 
times without the least qualification for the duties and responsi- 
bilities of the high and honorable office of managing success- 
fully and wisely the educational interests of the State. 

State Board of Education. 

The same objection lies against the Constitution of the State 
Board of Education. 

In some way, this latter Board should include some represen- 
tation of the city and county boards, meeting at least twice a 
year for deliberation and consultation with the State authorities 
on actual school work and affairs. 

Such boards selected from the educational element, restrained 
by wise business control, would be great blessings to the school 
work of tlie State. 



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In the selection of the School Commissioners, my own long 
observation and experience of all the modes adopted, and of the 
satisfaction resulting from the exercise of the power of appoint- 
ment, is in favor of appointment by the Judges of the Circuit 
Courts. This mode existed for over twenty years, with scarcely 
a murmur of dissent, and doubtless would have remained un- 
changed but for mere political reasons, which should not have 
entered into the exercise of this most important duty. 

Of all methods, the one by election is the very worst. We 
tried it in this State in 1868 to 1870, and with such results as 
made a change speedily necessary. 

Appointment by the Courts followed, and remained the rule 
until 1894, twenty-four years, when the present mode was 
adopted, and this mode is not a success. 

Free Books. 

The repeated failures to adopt free books in our free schools, 
will end, it is to be hoped, with the prompt action of the next 
Legislature in adding this most useful, economical and beneficent 
feature to the school law. 

State Superintendents. 
The return to the Yan Bokkelen system by having a State 
Superintendent of Education, relieved of the control of the 
Normal School, would add a fitting cap-stone to the entire and 
admirable school system of Maryland. 



HAEFORD COUNTY— ^oAn D. Worthington, Examiner. 

Office Board School Commissioners^ 

Bel Air, Md., October 1, 1895. 

Mr. E. B. Prettyman, State Supt., 
Baltimore, Md. 

Dear Sir : — I herewith enclose my State report for the year 
ending July 31, and to the careful observer it discloses a year 
of substantial success for our schools, checkered though it maj 



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have been. It is not reasonable to expect that a system which 
reaches, directly or indirectly, over 30,000 people, will at all 
times meet with their united wishes, or be free from their criti- 
cisms, but I have good reason to believe that where differences 
as to existing conditions have occurred, they have generally had 
in view the building up of the system to meet higher and 
broader desires, rather than a tearing down to satisfy a hostile 
spirit. The public schools of this county having united with 
them, by contracts, our three academies, now furnish all the 
educational facilities enjoyed in the county, hence their obliga- 
gation to furnish satisfactory secondary as well as primary educa- 
tion, has become a serious one. 

Not shirking a duty which they have themselves created, a 
well-rounded academic or high school course has been in success- 
ful operation for several years; and, on its successful completion, 
the graduate receives a handsomely engraved diploma from this 
Board. 

While the few large schools in populous sections naturally 
turn out the bulk of the graduates, the same possibilities exist 
in all sections, the twenty-two graduates in the county last sum- 
mer coming from seven different schools. 

The mutual benefits of uniting the academies with the public 
school system can not be over-estimated, for while it relieves the 
academy of doing much primary work which is necessary if run 
independently, it enables the public school, at a net saving of 
money, to furnish a stronger principal and do higher grade work; 
and as the academy draws the bulk of its support from the State 
treasury, it is a natural consequent that its work should be done 
under the jurisdiction of the public school officers of the county. 

I paid one hundred and sixty-five official visits among the 
schools during the year, and I think I could see then a gratify- 
ing tendency for patrons to supplement the expeuditure of the 
Board, by buying at their own expense, organs, maps, globes, (fee, 
enlarging their forty district libraries (which, I think, average 
at least 125 volumes each); supporting the hands of the teacher 
in a faithful and fearless administration, and, in fact, aiming to 
make the school the center of all activities for good in its neigh- 
borhood. One of the best results of this is to fix the teacher's 



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energies and professional ambition on the school he fills instead 
of floating from place to place to better his condition. During 
the year no compulsory changes were made, and only some eight 
out of one hundred and forty voluntarily changed schools or 
retired from the service for satisfactory reasons. 

The increase in both enrollment and average attendance over 
the preceding year, (when both far exceeded our expectations), 
was most gratifying ; and, while our revenue is not what we 
need to meet the rapidly increasing demands on us, a liberal 
spirit has been shown by the County Commissioners to furnish 
funds just as far as the existing financial depression would per- 
mit. Under a new assessment I contidently expect so much new 
property to be reached that, notwithstanding the great shrinkage 
in real estate, the aggregate taxable basis will be suflnciently 
raised to furnish an increased revenue with existing rates of 
taxation. 

I regret very much that trustees and patrons do not yet pay 
the frequent visits to their schools which are such a valuable 
stimulus to both teachers and pupils. 

It is not necessary for one to be a specialist in order that his 
visit may be beneficial ; there are many more reasons than the 
length of this letter would permit me to set forth which could 
be given in favor of these little visits. As far as visiting the 
schools on extraordinary or festal days is concerned, the improve- 
ment is very marked ; from the most reliable data I could obtain 
I estimate that throughout the whole county not less than 3,000 
visitors helped to gladden the closing hours last June; but it 
would have a quickening effect on both teachers and pupils if 
patrons and trustees would frequently pay short informal visits 
to their school, so that they might become acquainted with it as 
it is from day to day. 

For some sixteen or seventeen years past the Board has been 
averaging about $150 per annum for insurance upon school 
property, and during that time have received back for losses by 
fire less than five hundred dollars. They have now instituted a 
system of insuring their houses themselves, except two large 
houses in towns, and expect to show in the course of ten years 
a very considerable saving of school funds. 



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In view of tlie modern fad to decry examinations it may be 
proper to state that this Board not only has no tendency to rise 
above the law they have undertaken to enforce, which says: 
"Public examinations shall be held in each school twice a year;" 
but they have no disposition to believe that they are useless bur- 
dens upon child-growth. As lately stated by the Board on the 
subject : " If the general public is familiar with the wonderful 
strides, as demonstrated by their examination papers, which the 
children of the county have made during the past fifteen years 
of examinations in practical penmanship, orthography, the proper 
use of capitals and punctuation, good English, and — best of all — 
a comprehensive knowledge of what they have been over, exam- 
inations as an educational factor would be cheerfully recognized." 

While it is doubtless true that examinations "do not always 
examine," it is equally true that for their many indirect as well as 
direct benefits they should always be an important factor in any 
scheme of education — notably a public one. I remain 

Yery respectfully, &c., 

John D. Worthington, Examiner. 



The following supplementary reports have been received from 
Colleges and other Educational Institutions receiving donations 
from the State: 

MARYLAND AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. 
President^ R. W. Silvester. 

College Station, December 1895. 
My Dear Sir : — Since our last report I beg to say that the 
condition of more room for the constantly expanding work is 
our greatest desideratum. In the main, every department of the 
institution is advancing its course. The agricultural feature is 
becoming more and more pronounced. The department of 
mechanical engineering has been completed and equipped, and 
fifteen students have commenced the four years' coarse. The 
department of chemistry is doing a very valuable work for the 
agricultural interests of the State in the analysis of the fertilizers. 



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Two valuable bulletins on the subject are published yearly. The 
Agricultural Department has inaugurated a movement for Farm- 
ers' Institutes, and also a short course in agriculture, to be given 
during six weeks, commencing the 20th January. These new 
arrangements are designed to reach the agriculturists in a manner 
otherwise out of the question. 

The whole policy of the College at present is to develop an 
institution in which practical information based upon the sciences 
underlying it, shall be its aim and object. 

Yery truly yours, 

K. W. Silvester. 

E. B. Prettyman, 

President State Normal ScJiool^ 
Baltimore, Md. 



FREDERICK COLLEGE.— Zw^j^ti S, Tilton, Principal, 

Frederick Md., December 26^ 1895, 

Hon. E. B. Prettyman, 

Secretary State Board of Education. 

Dear Sir — This is not a college, though our Board of Visitors 
has by law the right to confer any degree expect that of M. D. 
Fortunately this legal right has never been exercised, and the 
rare good sense of the Board has kept the Academy to its proper 
work of preparing boys for college and giving a secondary 
education to those who desired nothing beyond the Academy- 
course. There has also been an elementary course designed for 
those who for any reason were unable to enter upon the regular 
work of the Classical or English Departments. 

Graduates of this school have gone directly from us to Yale, 
Johns Hopkins,*Princeton, Swarthmore, Washington and Lee, 
Pennsylvania and Georgetown, within the last five years, and we 
are to-day represented at each of these colleges with one excep- 
tion. More than this is also true; our graduates are taking high 
rank in these colleges and are easily holding their own with 
pupils prepared at the larger schools. It may not be out of 



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place to add that but for this Academy some of these young 
men would not have been in a condition to acquire a liberal educa- 
tion. The wisdom of the State in making possible the existence 
of such academies is easily seen if one considers the great good 
that must come to the commonwealth from her educated citizens. 
By no means all of our boys who go to college pursue the 
classical course ; three at least are taking work modern enough to 
satisfy the most inveterate hater of Greek and Latin. 

It is highly proable that, before this report is in print, all of 
the courses in the school will have been carefully revised and 
changes made, if necessary, to bring our program of studies in 
line with the educational standards of the day as set forth by the 
Association of Colleges and Preparatory Schools in the Middle 
States and Maryland, and the Association of Colleges and 
Schools in New England. 

But preparing pupils for the colleges and technical schools is 
only part of the work we do. Many a boy receives his entire 
education with us, and it is hoped that when the new plans for 
future work shall have been put into practice, the graduates of 
the public school will find their way to the Academy for a fuller 
and more extensive course than that they have finished. 

At no time during the past five years has the number of pupils 
educated, tuition fee, been as small as eight (8), the number 
required by law. A fall report of the attendance, deportment, 
and advancement in scholarship of these pupils is annually made 
to the Board of Visitors. 

While I am sure that it would be a penny-wise policy for 
the State to fail to make the usual grants to these Academies, 
I am no less sure that they should all be thoroughly inspected 
by the State Superintendent of Education or some other agent 
duly appointed. This inspection should be made at least once a 
year and the report of the inspection of each of4|;he Academies 
should be printed with that of the State Board of Education. 
Whether the amount appropriated be two hundred or twenty 
thousand dollars, the tax payers have a right to learn, through 
their public officials, how their funds are used and what are the 
benefits derived from the expenditures. I am here speaking 



STATE BOAKD OF EDUCATION. 



only for myself, but I have no doubt that our Board would 
gladly welcome such an inspection if it were purely an educa- 
tional one. 

Very truly yours, 

LUCIAN S. TiLTON, 

Princijpal of Frederick College^ 



ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE. 
Dr. Thomas Fell, President. 

Annapolis, Md., December 81^ 1895, 

By aid of the additional appropriations granted by the Gen- 
eral Assembly of 1892, and renewed in 1894, it has been possible 
to increase the members of the faculty. 

A new chair of English and English Literature has been cre- 
ated, and improvements have been made in the department of 
Natural Sciences. 

The numbers of students in attendance have increased, bring- 
ing the sum total of those in the collegiate department to 108 — a 
number that has never been reached during the past thirty years. 
The attendance in the preparatory school keeps up to the usual 
average of about YO. 

Under these improved conditions the character of the work 
done in all departments has been much invigorated, so that the 
course of study pursued at the college is equally as comprehen- 
sive as that of other colleges of the highest grade, including as 
it does, the department of Ancient and Modern Languages, 
Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Mental, Moral and Social Science, 
History (Ancient and Modern), English Language and Litera- 
ture, Military Tactics and Law. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Thomas Fell. 



^lii ANNUAL KEPOKT OF THE 

WASHINGTON COLLEGE.— Chestertown, Md. 
Dr. a W. Reid, President 

To THE State Board of Education. 

The Visitors and (iovernors of Washington College, in pursu- 
ance of the requirements of article 77, section 17 of the Code 
of Public General Laws of Maryland, herewith submit the fol- 
lowing report for the collegiate year ending September 18th, 1895. 

The number of students in attendance was one hundred and 
six, of w'hom twelve were graduated, one of the twelve being a 
young woman, the first female graduate of the college. 

All the State scholarships were filled by deserving students, 
and in addition to these, free tuition was given to five students 
from Chestertown. 

There has been no change in the faculty since the last report, 
and they are all working with energy and in harmony for the 
advancement of the college. 

The students are a very creditable body of young men and 
women, and the general condition of the college is in every 
respect satisfactory to the Visitors. 

Jas. a. Wickes, 
President of the Yisitors and 
Governors of Washington College. 



BALTIMORE NORMAL SCHOOL. 

FOR THE EDUCATION OF COLORED TEACHERS. 

George Harrison, Principal. 
Baltimore, Decemher 26, 1895. 

Prof. E. B. Pkettyman, 

Secretary of State Board of Education, Maryland, 
gl^, . X herewith inclose the annual statistical report of Balti- 
more Normal Scliool for Education of Colored Teachers, with a 
brief sketch of the school since June, 1893. 



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At the close of school, June, 1893, the board of trustees 
abolished the preparatory department, and resolved to admit 
only such applicants as were sufficiently advanced to enter the 
first year class of a three year normal course; they at the same 
time elected the late Prof. M. A. Newell, Principal. Prof. 
Chaplain, Superintendent of Schools for Talbot County, was 
chosen to succeed him, but resigned October 31, 1893; the 
present principal was then elected, and entered upon his duties 
November 1, 1893. 

When the school was reorganized in 1893, twelve pupils were 
enrolled, all of whom entered the first class ; the school now 
numbers thirty, ten in the first class, twelve in the second, and 
eight in the third ; the third class are candidates for graduation 
at the close of school, June, 1896. 

One of the purposes of the school being to. prepare colored 
people to successfully stand examination for teachers, the curric- 
ulum was made to embrace all the branches taught in the public 
schools of Maryland. 

The school year consists of one term, beginning about the 
middle of September, and ending on the last Thursday in June 
of the following year. The school day is embraced in one ses- 
sion, from 9 A. M. to 2 P. M. 

The school is now conducted by the Principal and one assistant. 

Board of Trustees — 

Jos. M. Gushing, President^ 

Clemens Lamping, Secretary^ 

F. Henry Boggs, Treasurer^ 

John A. Needles, 

John M. Carter, 

Dr. Bernard C. Steiner, 

John II. Buxler. 

Yery respectfully, 

George Harrison, Principal. 



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MARYLAND STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. 

The appropriation made by Chapter 403, Laws of Maryland, 
1894, for the enlargement of the State Normal School building 
and for metal ceilings and other repairs in said building, has 
been wisely and economically expended, in carrying out the 
provisions of said Act, by the committee, consisting of the 
Board of Public Works and the State Board of Education, 
within the appropriation ; and all vouchers for the disburse- 
ments are on file in the otiice of the State Treasurer. His 
Excellency, Frank Brown, Governor, was elected Chairnian, and 
Hon. Marion de Kalb Smith, Treasurer, of the Building Com- 
mittee. The enlargement and the general repairs have added 
very much needed and excellent facilities for conducting the 
school. The appropriation for furnishing the several rooms of 
the addition, was found to be insufficient, and the State Board 
of Education will make a special report thereon to the General 
Assembly of 1896. Two hundred and forty-nine students during 
the last school year received free scholarships, by appointment 
of the School Boards of Baltimore city, and of the several coun- 
ties of the State, and of the State Board of Education. 

The following announcements by the Principal at the last 
Commencement, will indicate the character of the work done 
by the School : 

"The roll of this School during the past year has contained 
the names of H87 students, from Baltimore city and from every 
county in Maryland, and from Virginia, Pennsylvania, New 
York and Texas. 

''Seventy-eight graduates of the class of '94 have been engaged 
in teaching in the public schools of the City and State, during 
the past year. 

"Of the professional graduates of the class of '95, fifty-eight 
have attained an average of 80 or more, twenty-two have an 
average of 90 or more, ten have an average of 95 or more, and 
one has an average of 98 on a scale of 100. 

"After the close of the exercises in this hall, our visitors are 
invited to inspect a partial exhil)it of the work of the School in 
the various rooms of the building. Members of the Keception 
Committee will take pleasure in answering any questions. In 



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the new laboratory will be found the work of the students in 
botany, mineralogy, object-lesson charts, photography, and appa- 
ratus made by the students for simple experiments in air, liquids, 
heat, magnetism and electricity, and the observation blanks in 
phytiics and chemistry. 

"On the principal floor will be found students' work in litera- 
ture, drawing, charts for first reading lessons, notes on observa- 
tions in the model school, essays, and observation blanks and 
maps [in geography, clay modelling, and sewing, and written 
examinations on the other branches of the curriculum. 

''On the next floor below are the gymnasium and the educa- 
tional Sloyd room for work in paper, card-board, and wood. 

"The building will be opeu for inspection to-morrow from 10 
A. M. until 4 F. M., and all visitors will be cordially welcomed 
to examine the exhibit." 



ARBOR. DAY. 

This beautiful festival so well calculated to cultivate the- love 
of nature, to refine the taste, and to afford opportunity for the 
adornment of the grounds of school houses, was again observed 
by the public schools throughout the State, on the 11th day of 
April, 1895, in pursuance of the following: 

PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR. 



Executive Department, 

Annapolis, Maryland. 

Whereas, By Joint Resolution of the General Assembly of 
Maryland, adopted in 1884, I am authorized and directed to 
designate a day in April for the planting of forest trees, to be 
known as Arbor Day, 

Now^ therefore^ I hereby appoint Thursday, April 11th, 1895, 
as Arbor Day. 

The beneficial results which have followed from the obser- 
vance of Arbor Day since it was first established in this State, 
ten years ago, are great, and I trust that the people of the State 



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will generally devote tlie appointed day to the planting or trans- 
planting of trees, vines and shrubbery, eo that the beauty and 
value of the homes, highways and public places of the State may 
be increased. 

1 respectfully recommend to parents and teachers of public 
schools, that they encourage their children, or those under their 
influence, to plant or transplant at least one forest or shade tree 
on that day, by the side of some public road or about their school 
houses or homes. 

While the designated day is not a legal holiday, I hope that 
the authorities will cause it to be observed in all the public 
schools, accompanied by instruction touching the purposes and 
beneflts of the festival. 

Given under mv hand and the Great Seal 
of Maryland, at the city of Annapolis, on 
the twenty sixth day of March, A. £)., 1895. 

Frank Brown, Governor. 

By the Governor, 

Edwin GoTr, Secretary of State. 

The following was the Arbor Day program at the State 
Normal School : 

PROGRAM. 



THE GREAT SEAL 
OF MARYLAND. 



EXERCISES IN THE MAIN HALL. 



Musical Director - Prof. Fritz Gaul. 
Anthem. — Consider the Lillies, . . . . Topliff. 

Appropriate Selections from the Bible, 

rrof. E. B. Pretty man^ Principal. 

Reading of the Governor's Proclamation, 

Miss S. E. Richmond^ Vice- Principal. 

Quotations. — 

M. Sunderland, C. Trotter, 

J. Hall, R. Cockey, 

E. Vansant. 

Chorus. — Peasant's Wedding March, - - Soedermann. 

Address, . . . . . Prof. H. E. Austin. 

^''Nature in Literature.'''' 



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Song — Spring, - - . . . . Schartau 

Model School. 

Recitation. — How the leaves came down, - - S. Coolidge. 

Elinor Wiley. 

Chalk Talk, . . . . . Mr. Geo. E. Little. 

Application of Form Study to Plants and Animals. 

Waltz Song. — Summer Fancies, - - - 0. Metra. 

Makch to theTree. 



OUT-DOOR EXERCISES. 



Planting of Tree, (on Carrollton Avenue,) - - Class of '95. 
Weir's Cut-Leaved Silver Maple — Acer Dasycarpum. 
Named in honor of Miss Helen M. Cole. 

Planting Song. - _ . Words and Music by S. F. Smith. 

Joy for the sturdy trees 
Fanned by each fragrant breeze, 

Lovely they stand ! 
The songbirds o'er them trill. 
They shade each tinkling rill, 
^ They crown each swelling hill. 

Lowly or grand. 

Plant them by stream and way. 
Plant where the children play 

And toilers rest : 
In every verdant vale. 
On every sunny swale — 
Whether to grow, or fail, 

God knowest best. 

Select the strong, the fair. 
Plant them with earnest care. 

No toil is vain. 
Plant in a fitter place. 
Where, like a lovely face. 
Set in some sweeter grace. 

Change may prove gain. 

God with his blessing send, 
All things on him depend. 

His loving care 
Clings to each leaf and flower. 
Like ivy to its tower; 
His presence and His power 

Are everywhere. 



Decoration of Class Trees. 
AuLD Lang Syne. 
Planting op Ivy in School Yard. 
Three-Part Song, - • 



Classes of '96 and '97. 

Brahtm, 



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ASSOCIATIONS. 

The Maryland State Teachers' Association held its twenty- 
fiinth annual session at the Blue Mountain House, Washington 
County, Maryland, July 9th, 10th and 11th, 1895, in accordance 
with the following pn gram, which was substantially carried out: • 

OFFICERS. 

President. — M. Bates Stephens, Caroline. 

First Vice-President — Frank C. Beall, Allegany. 

Second Vice-President — Jacob H. Bloclier, Carroll. 

Recording Secretary — Albert F. Wilkerson, Baltimore City. 

Corresponding Secretary — Miss Bernice Halley, Charles. 

Treasurer — Alexander Chaplain, Talbot. 

Executive Committee — Chas. F. Raddatz, Baltimore City. 

John C. Bannon, Anne Arundel. 

Frank S. Everist, Cecil, 

Henry Wingate, St. Mary. 

William C. A. Hammel, State Normal School. 

PROGRAM. 



Tuesday, July dth. 

Opening Session 7.30 P. M. 

Music — Address of Welcome — Hon. Buchanan Schley, Hagerstown. 

Response — Hon. James A. Diffenbaugh, State Board of Education, 
Westminster. 

Music — President's Address — M. Bates Stephens, Denton. 

Paper — "The Drama as an Educational Factor," Prof. R. M. 
Hamilton, Vienna Academy. 

Music. 

Note — All topics upon the program are open for discussion. 



Wednesday, Jaly 

Morning Session - . - - - - 9 o'clock. 

Music — Address — "Public Schools and Public Libraries," Dr. Bernard C. 

Steiner, Prof. Johns Hopkins University and Librarian Pratt 
Free Library of Baltimore. 
Paper— "Latin in the Public Schools," Prof. T. E. Metzger, 
Frostburg. 

Address — "Character in Education," Dr. Henry Branch, Ellicott 
City. 

Music — Address — "Evolution in Child Mind," Mr. R. A. Rowlcn- 
son, Rolphs.^ 



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Paper— "The Rewards of the Teacher," Mr. Henry Wingate, 
Chaptico. 

Paper— "How to Teach Spelling so that the Pupils will Become 
Good Spellers" Mr. Geo. W. Craig, Hancock. 

Music. 

Evening Session . . . - . 7.30 o'clock. 

ifMs^c— Address— "The lielation of the State to the Public Schools," Horn. 
James A. Pearce, Chestertown. 
Paper— "The Training of the Reflective Power," Prof. Elmer J. 

Cook, A. B., Bel Air. 
Elocutionary Exercises — Miss Harriette Brown, Millersville. 

Music. 



Thursday^ July Wth. 
Morning Session ------ 9 o'clock. 

Music — Address— "The Eloquence of Matter," Dr. S. Simpson, Western 

Maryland College. 
Paper— "The Teaching of Physiology in Public Schools," Dr. W. 

H. Howell, Johns Hopkins University. 
Paper — "Recent Pedagogic Enterprise," Prof. S. E. Formaa, 

Baltimore. 

Music — Paper — "Physical Education," Miss Amanda D. Saulsbury, Ridgely. 
Paper— "How Shall I Read It," Prof. D. M. Long, Trappe. 
Paper — "Instruction in Modern Languages," Prof. Julius Blume, 
Marston's University School, Baltimore. 

Music. 

Evening Session 7.30 o'clock. 

Music — Address — "The True Purpose of Teaching," Prof. W. S. Crouse, 
St Michael's. 
Elocutionary Exercises. 

Business Meeting. 

Election of Officers. 

Music. 

The Secretary of the State Board of Education, by request of 
said Board, attended the Tneeting of the National Educational 
Association, which unfortunately was held at the same time as 
that of the Maryland State Teachers' Association, and the above 
program was fuinished tli rough the courtesy of Professor Charles 
F. Kaddatz, Chairman of the Executive Committee. 

The following report of the proceedings of the Association is 
taken from the columns of the Baltimore Sun : 



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1 ANNUAL RKPORT OF TIIK 

MARYLAND'S TEACHERS. 



Their Annual Gathering at the Blue Mountain House, July 9th, 1895. 



State Association's Record. 



Twenty-nine Years of Activity and Well-directed Energy — 
Scores of Educational Worlcers Listen to Addresses hy Col. 
Buchanan Schley^ Mr. James A, Diffenhaugh^ Mr. M. B. 
Stephens^ and others — Letter read from President Oilman. 

School teacliers and school officers from every part of the ^ood 
old State of Maryland were assembled last uight at the Blue 
Mountain House, when the State Teachers' Association began 
its twenty-ninth annual meeting with a number of speeches and 
addresses. 

Since Saturday they have been gathering for a week's rest and 
enjoyment in the beautiful Blue Ridge mountains, and every 
engine that tugged a train up the steep grades of the Western 
Marjdand Railroad yesterday brought additions to the throng, 
some by twos and threes and some in larger parties. The arrival 
of the Blue Mountain express late in the evening more than 
doubled the attendance, and with the new recruits that are ex- 
pected to-day, more than two hundred teachers in public and 
private schools, school commissioners and trustees, county school 
examiners and others interested in Maryland education will be 
present during the three days that the annual meeting is to last. 

THE association's EARLT DAYS. 

The State Teachers' Association had its origin in Baltimore in 
1866. The public school system was not then such a well-recog- 
nized part and parcel of the State government, and the Asso- 
ciation was the outcome of a desire for unity on the part of the 
teachers and friends of the public school to o])pose the efforts of 
those who were constantly agitating the withdrawal of the State's 
support of the schools by general taxation. For many years its 
most active feature was a "committee of defense," who were 
kept busy at each session of the Legislature fighting such antag- 
onistic resolutions. But that is now all a thing of the past, and 
the long and unbroken line of victories which this committee 
gallantly won is known personally to but few of those who are 
now active members of the Association. 

Nowadays, the Association linds its activity in annual gather- 
ings in the long summer vacation, similar to that now being held 



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at the Blue Mountain House, where every one gains new thoughts 
and new ideas from the papers which are read and the discus- 
sions which are held. Such gatherings are made enjoyable, too, 
by being held each year in some pleasant summer resort, where 
the opportunities for pleasure trips and outside social features 
are many and varied. The Blue Mountain House and Ocean 
City have each been chosen several times, and in addition, the 
Association has met at Deer Park, at Mountain Lake Park, and 
at Old Point Comfort, Ya. Last year the teachers gathered at 
Annapolis, where, twenty-seven years before, they had held their 
first annual reunion. 

THOUSANDS OF TEACHERS. 

The membership of the Association varies from year to year 
on account of the loose character of its organization, but it is 
stated that there are now about 600 names upon the roll, a big 
share of whom are ladies. The number of teachers in the 
public schools of the State, is about 3,500, and in addition it is 
estimated that 500 other persons are school officers and 1,000 
others teachers in private schools of various grades. 

PROMINENT MEMBERS. 

Some of those who were prominent in the early years of the 
Association were the late Prof. M. A. Newell, once State Super- 
intendent of Public Instruction ; Prof. William Creery, Prof. 
Francis A. Soper, of the Baltimore City College ; Dr. Henry 
Shepard, formerly superintendent of the public schools of Balti- 
more, and now a professor in Charleston, S. C; Dr. James H. 
Bryan, of Dorchester county, and Miss Sarah Richmond, of the 
State Normal School. The presidents of the Association, among 
others, have been : Prof. Soper and Prof. Wilbur Smith, of the 
Baltimore City College ; Mr. James A. Dilfenbaugh, of Carroll 
county ; Mr. P. A. Witmer, of Hagerstown ; Mr. Henry G. 
Weimer, of Cumberland, and Mr. John E. McCahan, assistant 
superintendent of the public schools of Baltimore. 

PRESENT OFFICERS. 

The present ofiicers of the Association are : President, M. 
Bates Stephens, Caroline county ; first vice-president, Frank C. 
Beall, Allegany; second vice president, Jacob H. Blocher^ 
Carroll ; recording secretary, Albert F. Wilkerson, Baltimore 
city ; corresponding secretary. Miss Bernice Halley, Charles ; 
treasurer, Alexander Chaplain, Talbot. 

Executive Committee — Charles F. Paddatz, Baltimore city, 
chairman ; John C. Bannon, Anne Arundel ; Frank S. Everist, 
Cecil ; Henry Wingate, St. Mary's ; William C. A. Hammel, 
State Normal School. 



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LAST night's programme. 

The meeting: hejjan last night with a brief address of welcome on 
behalf of the peo{)]e of Western Maryland by Col. Buchanan 
Schley, of Ilagerstown, now surveyor of the port of Baltimore. 
This was answered for the visitors by Mr. James A. Dilfen- 
baugh, of Westminster, a member of the State Board of Educa- 
tion and deputy collector of the port of Baltimore. Then came 
the annual address of the president, Mr. M. Bates Stephens, who 
is secretary and treasurer of the Caroline County School I^oard, 
and the evening program was ended with a paper by Prof. R.. 
M. Hamilton, principal of the academy at Vienna, on "The 
Drama as an Educational Factor." The opening prayer was 
made by Rev. J. H. Handy, of Worcester. In response to the 
address of welcome by Col. Schley, Mr. Diffenbaugli said : 

"H the end in view and the results to be obtained in our case 
be the training of men and women ^vho help to form a 
healthier state and a higher standard of public morals, the pro- 
duction of a stronger and finer literature ; fresh discoveries 
in natural science, with new and more useful applications of its 
known forces and laws, and such political action as shall apply 
the humanities to the daily life of the greatest number and best 
secure justice and happiness for all, we may rejoice in the 
abounding evidences of merit and advancement. What thought, 
what purpose dominates iis? Who embody and enforce these in 
our teaching corps ? What influence do we have upon public 
opinion ? The answer to these searching questions will deter- 
mine our value and right to be. Buildings and grounds, and 
even books, may utterly fail ; but right, honest thought, enforced 
by earnest, upright, scholarly men and women, will never fail to 
make any school system a power in any land. 

THE constitution's ANCHORS. 

"Tried even by this severe standard, our public school systems 
can justify their existence and safely rest u|)on their good work. 
They are the sheet anchors of our constitution, on which tiie 
ship of state relies with confidence and hope, being the main 
reliance of our people for the education of the masses, not so 
much in the graces of scholarship, but in the duties of citizen- 
ship. And in the quality and character of that citizenship, its 
political and ethical productions and their influence on the world, 
is to be found the real proof of worth. In other words, the 
contributions of Columbia to the progress and development of 
man, constitute the best evidence of the value of her educa- 
tional forces. And while engaged in preparing for the service 
of our country, men such as Franklin, Washington and Lincoln, 
and along with them millions of sturdy, unobtrusive citizens, 



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who seek no distinction beyond that of acting well their part 
and discharging with fidelity, skill and energy the daily duties of 
life, the schools will find their best bulwark of defense and their 
best inspiration for service, their best reliance for approval and 
their best source of light and life and vigor in the confidence, 
support and affection of the people, the whole people, without 
regard to creed or party. They must turn in every danger to the 
whole people for defense, and look in every need to the whole 
people for support." 

THE president's ADDRESS. 

"It is always a pleasant task," said President Stephens in his 
address, "to review the statistics and note the excellent showing 
of a school system which became a part of the statute law of 
this State less than a quarter of a century ago, but such a retro- 
spect would hardly do more than furnish abundant proof of the 
rapid growth and almost phenomenal results of a State school 
system which, though inaugurated as late as 1867, today, in point 
of public appreciation, the character of its instruction, its adapt- 
ability to meet public needs, and in its abundant educational 
facilities compares favorably with that of any other State, and 
we believe that the claim is a fair one when we contend that in 
all the essentials which go to make up a complete school system, 
it stands second to no other in the country. It is enough to 
know that during this time the number of school buildings in 
the counties has increased 75 per cent., the number of pupils 70 
per cent., the number of teachers 100 per cent., and the amount 
of money disbursed by the various counties for school purposes, 
for the fiscal year ended July 31, 1894, reached the maximum 
figure of one and a quarter million of dollars. 

THE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM. 

"Prejudice against a public school education has gradually 
melted away before the scorching rays of education itself. Our 
people believe the public school is the best device for scattering 
broadcast such seeds of knowledge as ripen into a broader and 
more general intelligence, and develop into a more enlightened 
citizenship. They know that a common school education, if 
acquired under proper methods and conditions, will fairly equip 
our youth for the responsibilities of citizenship and business life 
which await them, and as taxpayers contribute liberally and 
cheerfully to make our school system equal to its important work. 

"While there is practical agreement among our people con- 
cerning these propositions, they are much divided as to the 
proper scope of public school work and the kind of develop- 
ment which our instruction should give. The original idea of a 



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public school education was to teach those fundamental branches 
of study whose number could be counted on the fingers of one 
hand, and a knowledore of them was considered sufficient for 
beginning and undertaking the business of life. Had the de- 
mands and requirements of such life remained unchanged, it is 
probable that the three TVs would now complete our curriculum. 
But the need soon became felt for a greater fund of knowledge 
than these branches would supply, and for more educational 
training than their study would bring, and in consequence of 
this the curriculum was arranged to meet these demands. 



WHAT SHOULD BE TAUGHT. 

"There is a class of our people who argue yet, that our public 
schools should teach nothing beyond reading, writing, spelling: 
and arithmetic, but these people are easily managed and eni- 
barrass the progress of public education but little, if any. Their 
number is steadily growing less, for the fallacy of their position 
was long ago exposed. There is another class, whose claims are 
not without much force, who contend that the subjects taught in 
schools maintained at public expense should include only those 
of general utility and common to the whole community, and in 
many instances insist that only those studies be pursued by their 
children which relate to the bread-and-butter or money-making 
side of life. This is a tendency which we as educators must 
have the common sense to detect and the courage to combat. 
We cannot direct public school training to meet some special 
end in life, nor can we arrange study altogether on the ground 
of utility. We must train the mind as something: in itself 
worthy of training. The mental faculties must be developed for 
their own sake as in themselves worthy of development. The 
ability to earn a living is one of the incidents of real education 
which starts its recipient on his career fortified with character 
and essential knowledge. 

"There is still another class claiming to be friends of our edu- 
cational system, whose activity threatens the usefulness of public 
school work with more harm than comes from all other sources 
combined. They are those who would have the public schools 
teach everything. With this class every subject which in any- 
wise appeals to the mental faculties of the child must be forced 
into the curriculum, on the ground that it has an educational 
value. They regard our schools as a sort of experimental station 
where every new-fangled idea conceived by suali educational 
enthusiasts must be incorporated in their instruction. Some of 
them inadvertently, perhaps, w^ould side-track the controlling 
aim of public school work by drawing our attention away from 
the training of the intellect as of first importance. 



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ENGLISH AND MATHEMATICS. 

/''It is an old story we have snng into our ears, from time to 
time, that many of the pupils who complete the prescribed 
course of study laid down for our schools, cannot write a half 
dozen consecutive sentences of ^ood English, and are unable to 
solve such ordinary arithmetical problems as the positions they 
take in business life, after leaving school, require. This com- 
plaint is not confined to our school system, but comes from 
various States, even including those within the shadows of the 
greatest schools of learning in the country, and that boast of the 
finest school systems of the Union. We would wish that the 
complaint were unfounded so far as it relates to our schools, and 
we say it is in many cases overdrawn, but every school examiner 
of this State knows that there is much truth in it. 

"The disclosures made in examination papers, where, presum- 
ably, the brightest products of school work take the teachers' 
examination, in so many cases reveal evidences of superficial and 
careless training in essential studies that we blush when we think 
of the thousands of pupils who are not so bright, whose work 
it is not our privilege to review. After an official connection 
with the school system of this State for ten years wc are con- 
vinced that along this line is the weakest point in our school 
work and warrants such attention as will remedy the evil." 

DE. oilman's LErrER. 

A letter of regret from President Gilman, of Johns Hopkins 
University, was read by President Thomas Fell, of St. John's 
College. It was written some weeks ago by Dr. Gilman, just 
before his departure from Baltimore on his summer vacation. 
Among other things he says : 

"Universities and colleges are based upon the schools of 
primary and secondary education. They are all one system, and, 
however imperfect our methods and plans maybe, \ve are all 
striving after the education of the people and the advancement 
of intelligence and morality. It would give the authorities of 
the Johns Hopkins University great pleasure to see within their 
walls at any time, the teachers of the State. We have new 
laboratories, collections and lecture-rooms that are of general 
interest. 

"Many of our very best scholars, including those who win 
honors and prizes in competition with the scholars of every part 
of the country, came to us- thoroughly well prepared from the 
Baltimore City College. Many of them have never had any 
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system of the State. I wish that in every county — at least, in 
all of the principal subdivisions of the State — there might be a 
public high school corresponding with the Baltimore City 
College in the thoroughness of its instruction. 

"As I close this letter my attention is called to the announce- 
ment that Professor Newcomb has received one of the highest 
honors that can be bestowed upon a man of sciences. He has 
been designated as a foreign member of the Academy of 
Sciences, in Paris, succeeding to the late Professor Helmholtz, 
of Berlin. May I remind you that in early life Professor New- 
eomb was for several }ears a school master in Maryland." 

MUSIC AND DECORATIONS. 

Several selections were sung by the Baltimore City College 
Glee CJlub, who will also take part in the programme to-day and 
tomorrow. They are led by J. Fred. Wenchel and comprise: 
First tenors, William Tingle and Charles Behn ; second tenors, 
D. Elmer Fishach and William Bowen ; first bassos, William 
Rogers and William Robertson ; second bassos, Perley Clarke 
and Charles Williams. 

The ball-room of the hotel will be the scene of all the meet- 
ings. Its platform is gaily decorated with American flags, and 
overhead, adorned with the State flag, is an appropriate motto 
from old Geoffrey Chaucer, "And gladly wolde he lerne and 
gladly teche." The Maryland flag and the national colors were 
unfurled yesterday by Professor Raddatz from the flag-pole at 
the top of the hotel and will remain there during the meeting. 

Miss Harriette Brown, formerly a pupil of the Maryland State 
Normal School, and now a teacher in the normal school at Mill- 
ersville. Pa., will give a series of readings and recitations to-day 
and tomorrow. 

Manager James P. Shannon, of the hotel, intends to give an 
informal dance in honor of his guests each night after their ses- 
sions are concluded. 

The Western Maryland Railroad, the Pennsylvania and the 
Baltimore and Ohio have each granted a rate of two cents per 
mile to teachers attending the meeting, and special rates will 
also be given them for board at the Blue Mountain House. 

TEACHERS IN ATTENDANCE. 

Some of the members of the Association who were registered 
yesterday at the hotel were : 

Baltimore — Prof. Robert C. Cole, Prof. Charles F. Raddatz, 
John M. Dulany, AYilliam J. Blair, A. F. Wilkerson, J. Fred- 



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eric Wenchel, F. D. Stone, Mrs. M. A. C. Pierce, Miss Alice M. 
Preston, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Slocnin, Miss Ethel P. Slo- 
cum. Westminster, Carroll county — Jarnes A. Diffenbaiigh, 
Misses Ida Diffeiibaiigb, Carrie Monser, Jennie Eeese, Katie 
Smith. Caroline county — M. Bates Stephens, Charles W. Byrn, 
Misses K. K. Hobbs, Dora Noble, Lizzie Clarke, Ilattie Dukee, 
Minnie Downes, Lizzie E. Piffen. Pocomoke City — Mr. and 
Mrs. William Dale. Ellicott City— Misses Mary K. Holden, 
Edith Mercier, Edith P. Brian, Ida M. Brian. New Windsor — 
Mrs. Jennie Smith. Easton — Prof. Alex. Chaplain. Prince 
George's county — T. S. Stone. Chill um, Maryland — Miss Carrie 
Shipley. Annapolis, Maryland — President Thomas Fell, of St. 
John's College. 

PAPERS BY DR. B. C. STEINER, MR. JAMES A. PEARCE AND OTHERS. 

Blue Mountain House, Md., July 10. — A plan for securing 
public libraries in many of the country districts of the State of 
Maryland was suggested by Dr. B. C. Steiner, librarian of the 
Enoch Pratt Free Library of Baltimore, in a paper read today 
at the second day's session of the annual meeting of the Mary- 
land State Teachers' Association at the Blue Mountain House. 

"It seems to me that there might be success," said Dr. Steiner, 
"with a law providing that on the petition of a certain number 
of voters, a county election district might hold an election to 
determine whether it wished to have a public library. In case 
it voted in the affirmative, it should choose a board of directors, 
to whom should be paid yearly by the tax collectors, a tax 
amounting to one or two mills on the dollar, (the amount, what- 
ever it be, being fixed by the general law,) such money to be 
used by the directors for the maintenance of a public library, 
free to all inhabitants of the district. The length of the direc- 
tors' terms of office, and the various minor details of adminis- 
tration would have, of course, to be filled in. 

"I believe such a law would do much toward encouraging the 
formation of libraries in the country districts of the State. The 
fact that many districts have been allowed to vote separately on 
local-option questions, shows that it is possible to separate dis- 
trict from county. As to the incorporated towns, villages and 
cities, the question of a law is an easy one to settle. There you 
already have the area of local government, and the general law 
can authorize that municipality to take the sense of its people on 
the question of establishing a public library. If that decision 
be a favorable one, directors may be elected, a library tax laid 
and the library begun. Toward the passage of some such law 
it is our bounden duty to labor and not to cease the effort till 
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''In most parts of the State the people are not as yet ready to 
lay a special library tax, I very well know, yet I believe this 
difficultv will be overcome in time. Their interest must be 
aroused ; the}' must be made to feel their want, and to perceive 
the benetit a free library would be to them. This again is a 
function which can be better performed by the teachers of the 
State than by any other class with which I am acquainted. 

*'Make a beginning, even if it be but a small one. If you can 
only open your library for a few hours every week, do so; it is 
much better than not at all. If you are able to get but a few 
books together, they are more than none. Arouse interest and 
create a thirst for reading, and the rest will follow. Home was 
not built in a day, and we cannot look for such a sudden awaken- 
ing of interest in libraries as to give us public libraries in every 
part of the State in the closing years of this century, but there 
is no reason, if we all do our part, why there should not be be- 
tween fifty and one hundred libraries in Maryland before the 
twentieth century begins. The people of the State have had a 
public school system for thirty years, and as this is now well 
■ established let us go forward and work for the establishment of 
^tlie public library — the handmaid and supplement to the public 
school." 

Maryland's public schools. 

Mr. James Alfred Pearce, of the Chestertown bar, made an 
address at night on "The Kelation of the State to the Public 
Schools," in which he gave a history of the public school systems 
of Maryland, beginning with that which was created by the 
short lived State Constitution of 1864. 

"We can most of us remember," he said, "when our public 
schools in Maryland were with few exceptions — and those in the 
large towns — of the most inferior character and equipment; 
when there was no attempt at State supervision or uniformity of 
instruction , when most of the teachers were so incompetent 
that there was ample excuse for the pitiful compensation offered 
them. But now all is changed. There is a useful supervision ; 
teachers must have moral as well as mental endowments, and 
salaries have been placed at the rates which afford a comfortable 
if not a luxurious mode of living. 

" Whatever may be the future policy of the State in this re- 
gard, (liberality on the one hand, niggardliness on the other,) 
there are not wanting men of character and intelligence, of gen- 
eral public spirit and fair liberality, who openly denounce the 
increase of taxation for the purpose of keeping up a liberal sys- 
tem of educating those who will one day wield the destiny of ^ 
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providing of institutions for the diffusion of knowledge, and it 
is our heritage to follow up his wise and beneficient policy. The 
great men of the country have always clearly perceived the dan- 
ger of ignorant voters, and Jefferson, Monroe and Garfield are 
but a few of the many who have proclaimed it from the forum 
of the nation." 

OTHER PAPERS. 

The other papers on the day's programme included : 

"Latin in the Public Schools," Professor T. E, Metzger, prin- 
cipal of the Frostburg High School. 

"Character in Education," Eev. Dr. Henry Branch, of Ellicott 
City. 

"Evolution in Child Mind," Mr. E. A. Powlenson, of Kolphs, 
Queen Anne's county. 

"The Kewards of the Teacher," Mr. Henry Wingate, of Chap- 
tico, school examiner of St. Mary's county. 

"How to Teach Spelling so that the Pupils "J^ill Become Good 
Spellers," Mr. George W. Craig, of Hancock. 

"The Training of the Keflective Power," Prof. Elmer J. Cook, 
of Belair Academy. 

The convention will end tomorrow night with a business meet- 
ing and the annual election of officers. 

Blue Mountain^ Md.^ July 11th. — The twentj^-ninth annual 
convention of the Maryland State Teachers' Association closed 
this evening. At the closing session the following officers were 
elected : President, Prof. Charles F. Paddatz, of the Baltimore 
City College ; first vice-president, J. T. Hutchins, Anne 
Arundel ; second vice-president, John D. Worthington, Harford ; 
recording secretary, Albert F. Wilkerson, Baltimore city ; corre- 
sponding secretary, Miss Lillian W. Barkdoll, of Washington 
county ; treasurer, Alexander Chaplain, Talbot. Executive com- 
mittee — Prof. E. B. Prettyman, Baltimore city; E. L. Boblitz, 
Frederick , F. S. Everist, Cecil ; H. J. Handy, Pocomoke ; F. 
Eugene Wathen, Anne Arundel. This afternoon 100 of the 
teachers visited Gettysburg. 

The success of the meetings was due to Professor Paddatz, 
whose untiring energy and courteous manner has added greatly 
to the pleasure of those who attended its sessions. Papers were 
read as follows : "The eloquence of Matter," Dr. S. Simpson, 
Western Maryland College ; "The Teaching of Physiology in Our 
-Public Schools," written by Dr. W. H. Howell, of Johns Hopkins 
University, was read by Dr. Warfield, resident physician here; 



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"Recent Pedagogic Enterprise," Prof. S. E. Forman ; "Physical 
Education," Miss Amanda Saulsbury; "How Shall I Read It?" 
Prof. D. M. Long ; "Instruction in Modern Language," Prof. 
Julius Blume; "The True Purpose of Teaching," Prof. W. S. 
Grouse. Mrs. Albert Rayner, Mrs. Henry Arnold, Mrs. Fitz- 
gerald Smith, of Baltimore, who are guests of the house, gave 
several vocal renditions. 

The Baltimore City College Glee Club has been very happy 
in its selection and has given much entertainment to the conven- 
tion. 

A lengthy discussion took place at the morning session as to 
the advisability of petitioning the Legislature as to the restric- 
tive plans on the use of physiologies in the State schools. It 
was decided to ask the General Assembly to allow competition 
from all the publishers as to physiologies. 



The Association of School Commissioners and Examiners 
OF Maryland held its annual session in the State Normal School 
Building in Baltimore, November 26th and 27th, 1895. 

Mr. F. S. Everist, the 2d Yice-President was in the chair on 
the tirst day, and Mr. Samuel Dutrow, President, on the second 
day, with M. Bates Stephens, Secretary. 

The minutes of the proceedings as kept by the Secretary of 
the association are as follows : 

The executive committee presented the following program, 
which had been previously mailed to each member : 

OFFICERS : 

President, - - Samuel Dutrow. 
\st Vice President, I. S. Wilson. 
2d Vice-President, F. S. Everist. 
Secretary, - - M. B. Stevens. 
Treasurer, - - George C. Pearson, 

iE. B. Prettyman, 
H. A. McCoMAs, 
H. G. Weimer. 

PROGRAM. 

1. — Report of the Committee on Free Text Books. 

E. B. Prettyman, Chairman. 

Discussion. 

E. L. Boblitz Frederick. 

H. G. Weimer Cumberland. 

John F. Dawson Greensborough. 

Charles B. Rogers Towson. 



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Henry A/McComas 

Eben F. Perkins 

George R. Ash 

John J. Higgins 

Henry A. Wise 

Rev. Henry Branch. 
Dr. James L. Bryan 

E. O. Grimes 

Wm. H. Dashiell.. . . 



.Hagerstown. 
Chestertown. 

Elkton. 

. . .Rockville. 
. . .Baltimore. 



. .Ellicott City. 
. . . .Cambridge. 
. .Westminster. 
Princess Anne. 



General Discussion by the Association. 

2. — Report of Committee on the Newell Memorial. 

John E. McCahan, Chairman. 

3. — Report of Committee on the Oyster Question. 

Henry A. McComas, Chairman. 

General Discussion by the Association. 

4. — ^The Province^of^the High School. 

George C. Pearson Hagerstown 

Louis L. Beatty Centreville 

John D. Worthington Bel Air. 

George Biddle Elkton. 

James A. Diffenbaugh Westminster. 

Thomas S. Stone Aquasco. 

Calvin B. Taylor Berlin. 

General Discussion by the Association. 

5. — Teachers' Institutes and Associations. 

M. Bates Stephens Denton. 

Wm. Hinebaugh Oakland. 

John O. Freeny] Salisbury. 

Gfeorge A. Davis Westminster. 

Alexander Chaplain , .Easton 

Henry Wingate Chaptico. 



6. — Inspection of State Normal School, November 27th, at 1 o'clock, P. M 

7. — Luncheon, November 27th, at 2 o'clock, P. M. 



The Association of School Commissioners and School Exami- 
ners of the State of Maryland, met at 10.30 o'clock. In the 
absence of President Samuel Dutrow and Ist Vice-President 



F. Eugene Wathen 

F. J. Maddox 

Wm. C. Somerville. 



Annapolis. 

La Plata. 

Prince Frederick. 



General Discussion by the Association. 



Normal School Building. 



Baltimore, Md., November 'BSth^ 1895, 



Ixii 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



J. S. Wilson, 2d Yice-Pr?sident F. S. Everist, of Cecil county, 
took the chair. The roll call showed an attendance of twenty- 
four members. The minutes of previous meeting were read 
and adopted. The Committee on the Kewell Memorial Fund, 
through its Chairman, ^[r. John E. McCahan, reported that, 
after consultation with Mrs. Newell, the Committee, acting on 
her suggestion, purchased a suitable slab, which was erected at 
the head of the grave of the late Professor M. A. Newell in 
Green mount cemetery. With the exception of a small amount, 
the expenses attending this action have been met; more than 
said amount was reported by Mr. John S. Wilson as in his hands. 
The committee was discharged, with the thanks of the Associa- 
tion. The Committee on Free Text-Books, through its Chair- 
man, Hon. E. B. Prettyman, made the following comprehensive 
report, which was ably discussed : 

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON FREE TEXT-BOOKS. 

The committee appointed by this Association at its last annual 
meeting in November, 1894, and instructed to make a report at 
the present session, respectfully submit the following report: 

The best method of supplying public schools with text-books 
has been discussed for many years past both by educational 
assemblies and by legislative bodies, in this, and in all other 
States of the Union. 

Your committee has examined carefully the reports of the U. 
S. Commissioner of Education, the school reports, and the school 
laws of a large majority of the several States, and the discus- 
sions upon this subject in educational journals, and associations. 

As upon all other important subjects, in our country, whefe 
free speech and independent thinking prevail, there have natur- 
ally existed wide differences of opinion. Various methods have 
been adopted and tested by experience. In some States text- 
books have been selected, purchased, and distributed to the schools 
by some central board or State officer, acting for the whole State. 
In other States these duties have been committed to county, 
town, or district boards. The books have been sold to the pupils, 
someiimes through the teachers, sometimes through local agents. 
Again, the books have been rented to the pupils at a fi^ed price 
per term. Generally, perhaps universally, provision has been 
made to furnish text-books, free of cost, to those pupils whose 
parents were not able to purchase them. 

The State of California has tried publishing her own text- 
books, and has repented the experiment. 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



Ixiii 



Furnishing the use of text-books and school supplies free of 
cost to all the pupils of the public schools, and at the public 
expense, is not a new question. It has been widely discussed, in 
this and other States, bv school officers, in legislative assemblies, 
and by the press. The advantages claimed by the advocates of 
free books, and the disadvantages suggested by opponents thereof 
are well known, and have been carefully considered by your 
committee. We tind that when subjected to the final test of 
actual experience, the former have been sustained, and the latter 
have been shown to be unfounded. Free books have now been 
adopted throughout the whole State by ten States, and by a very 
large number of districts and other sub-divisions in other States. 
In some towns free books have been in use for nearly twenty 
years. 

We invite special attention to the assertion that we have not 
been able to find a single instance of the abandonment of the 
free book system after its adoption in any State or locality ; oa 
the contrary, it is the uniform and emphatic testimony of those 
who have tried it, that the advantages claimed have been fully 
realized, and that the reasons assigned for opposing the scheme 
have not been sustained. The cost of books has been reduced ; 
schools have been enabled to organize on tne first day of the 
term ; new classes have been promptly formed during the year; 
the attendance upon schools has been increased ; and, for these 
and other reasons, the effciency of the schools has been greatly 
increased. It has been shown also that books loaned free have 
been better cared for, and last longer, under proper regulations, 
properly enforced, than those sold to the pupils. In fact, the 
adoption of the free text-book system has invariably silenced 
opposition. 

In our study of the text-books problem from experience in 
the several States, another very important fact has been demon- 
stated, viz: that every attempt to furnish text-books to the 
schools by State contract has been a failure, inasmuch as no 
scheme of State contract has ever prevailed continuously in any 
given State without giving rise to scandals, abuse and discontent. 

The opinion prevails widely and is rapidly growing that the 
true solution of the text- books problem lies in providing for the 
use of text-books free of cost to the pupil, selected and furnished 
by local school boards, at the expense of the State. 

As the county is the unit in the school system of this State, 
the Boards of County School Commissioners should contmue to 
select the text-books for the several counties ; especially as for 
twenty-eight years text-books for the public schools of Maryland 
have been so selected, without the least suspicion of any indirec- 
tion. 



Ixiv 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



In tho conBideration of the question of free text-books, both 
by this Association and by the General Assembly, it has been 
invariably assumed that the necessary funds should be provided 
by the State, in addition to the moneys now paid out of the 
State Treasury to the several school boards, as apportioned by 
the Comptroller, under existing provisions of law. Your com- 
mittee have therefore deemed it within your instructions to 
examine and report upon the financial aspect of the question. 

We find from the last Comptroller's Report, (1894) that the 
entire levy of State taxes, for all purposes, in the year 1894, 
aggregated only "seventeen cents and three-fourths of a cent on 
each one hundred dollars," apportioned as follows : A tax of 
five and one-half cents on each $100, for the redemption of the 
defence redemption loan ; a tax of one and three-fourths of one 
cent on each $100, for the redemption of the exchange loan of 
1886; and a tax of ten and one-half cents on each $100 to aid 
in the support of public schools ; the first two items providing 
for the payment of the public debt of the State. 

We find from "Statement J" of the Comptroller's Keport, 
that the Aggregate Funded Debt of the State, as of September 
30, 1893, was $8,684,986.24; and the aggregate of the#State'8 
capital and credits from prodtictive stocks and the sinking funds, 
was $6,025,414.43; and that by deducting the latter amount 
from the former, it appears that the net debt of the State was 
only $2,659,571.81, "being less than that of the previous year 
by $422,714.54." 

. This statement shows that under the operations of existing 
laws, the entire funded debt of the State can be paid in about 
six years from September 30, 1893 — after which, there would be 
no need for the taxes, aggregating 1\ cents on each $100, created 
to pay the public debt of tlie State. , 

Moreover, the comptroller informs the public that, "An exam- 
ination of the character and market value of the seeui-ities held 
by the State, as an offset, will show tliat the net deht of the 
State, after making deduction at market value, instead of face 
value, would be very materially decreased." 

It also appears that the assessable basis has increased during 
the past five years by $46,657,861.00. 

It may be fairly inferred from the above statement of the 
financial condition of the State, that within four years from the 
present time, the whole funded debt of the State maybe can- 
celled, under existing laws. 

This Association at its last annual session, unanimously adopted 
the following : 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



Ixv 



"Whereas, The economic question of an increase(J rate of the 
State school tax has been fully discussed ; Therefore, be it re- 
solved, that it is the sense of this Association, that as the State 
debt is decreased, the State school tax should be increased in a 
like ratio, and in this way solve the question of the State school 
tax." 

In view of the great benefits which we believe would accrue 
from providing by law for the use of text-books free to every 
pupil of the public schools; in view of expressed public opinion, 
and in view of the mandate of the Constitution to "establish 
throughout the State a thorough and efiicient system of Free 
Public Schools," your committee recommend that this Associ- 
ation make respectful and earnest application to the next Gen- 
eral Assembly for the enactment of laws providing for free text- 
books in the public schools. 

We believe that such provision should be made, without any 
increase in the present rate of State taxation, even though it 
may necessitate the postponement for a short time, of the final 
payment in full of the small public debt of the State ; and we 
submit as part of this report, drafts of bills containing such 
provisions. 

It should be kept in mind that the Constitution of the State 
has provided for a State system of free public schools ; that the 
rate of State taxation for all purposes is very small compared 
with those of city and county taxes; that, whilst under existing 
laws, the city of Baltimore and the counties pay a large part of 
the expense^ of the public schools by local taxes, still it is the 
manifest intent of the Constitution that the State as a whole 
should be liberal in providing means of education for the chil- 
dren of all its citizens, without regard to local divisions. 

The greatest idea embodied in our public school system, as a 
State system, with the county as the unit of the system, is that 
"the strong should help the weak." The local school taxes 
levied upon pro))erty in the county seat, benefit the schools in 
the most sequestered valleys of the county ; and the State school 
tax levied upon property in our metropolis, and in the wealthier 
counties, benefits the scliools in the less wealthy counties. The' 
State school tax, like other taxes, is levied under our Constitu- 
tion, upon property, and under our laws, is apportioned accord- 
ing to school population. There is no idea of charity in these 
provisions. The State desires intelligent citizens, and makes 
provision for universal education. It should be remembered that 
the rate of taxation is the same upon every $100 worth of prop- 
erty^ wherever it may be located in the State. 

. In pursuance of the above, your committee herewith submit 
the drafts of two Bills for your consideration : 



Ixvi 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



A BILL 

Entitled an Act to repeal sections fifty-nine, sixty and sixty-one 
of Article seventy-seven of the Code of Public General 
Laws of the State of Maryland, title "Public Education," 
and to re-enaot the same with amendments. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the General Assembly of Mary- 
land^ That sections fifty-nine, sixty, and sixty-one of Article 
seventy-seven of the Code of Public General Laws of the State 
of Maryland, title "Public Education," be and the same are 
hereby repealed and re-enacted so as to read as follows: 

59. Each Board of County School Commissioners shall 
adopt and purchase text-books and other necessary school 
supplies for use in the public schools of their respective counties, 
as such new text-books and supplies are required in addition to 
those at present in use in the hands of pupils or owned by the 
Boards of County School Commissioners, out of the funds 
derived from the State School Tax, and, when so procured, the 
necessary text-books and school supplies shall be furnished, free 
of cost, for use in the public schools of the several counties, 
subject to the order of said Boards of County School Commis- 
sioners ; pi'ovided^ that text-books shall be furnished under the 
provisions of this Act to the several grades in the schools, 
successively, beginning with the first grade ; and provided that 
the several Boards of County School Commissioners shall not be 
required to expend during any school year for said text-books 
and school supplies, more than one-Hfth of the amounts paid to 
said boards, respectively, by the State Treasurer out of the State 
School Tax; ^nd^ provided^ that parents or pupils may purchase 
their own books wjien they may think proper, and provided that 
free books shall be furnished to indigent pupils of all grades, as 
under existing provisions of law. 

60. The several Boards of County School Commissioners shall 
authorize the delivery of text-buoks and school supplies to the 
various public schools in their respective counties, on or after 
the first day of August, next succeeding the passage of this Act, 
and shall provide for the issuing, safe keeping, care, and return 
of the same, under such rules and regulations as they may adopt. 

61. The several Boards of County School Commissioners shall 
keep an account of all moneys expended under the provisions of 
this Act, and report the same in tiie annual financial accounts as 
required by law. 

Sec. 2. And he it enacted, That all acts or parts of acts incon- 
sistent with the provisions of this Act, be and tlie same are 
hereby repealed, and that this Act shall take effect from the date 
of its passage. 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



Ixvii 



A BILL 

Entitled an Act to regulate the levy for State purposes, for the 
year eighteen hundred and ninety-six, and subsequent years. 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the General Assembly of Mary- 
land, That the County Commissioners of the several counties of 
this State, and the Mayor and City Council of Baltimore city 
are hereby directed to levy the State taxes for the year eighteen 
hundred and ninety-six, and annually thereafter, to be collected 
according to law and to be apportioned as follows : A tax of 
three and one-half cents on each one hundred dollars to meet 
the interest and to create a sinking fund for the redemption of 
the defense redemption loan ; a tax of one and one-fourth cents 
on each one hundred dollars to meet the interest and to create a 
sinking fund for the redemption of the exchange loan of 
eighteen hundred *and eighty-six; and a tax of thirteen cents on 
each one hundred dollars to aid in the support of the public 
schools, to be distributed according to law among the several 
counties and the city of Baltimore, making an aggregate of 
seventeen cents, and three-fourths of a cent on each one hundred 
dollars; and the State Tax Commissioner shall levy the same 
State taxes on the shares of capital stock of all banks, State and 
National, and other incorporated institutions and companies of 
this State, the shares of whose capital stock are liable by law to 
assessment and taxation. 

Sec. 2. And he it enacted, That all acts or parts of acts in- 
consistent with the provisions of this Act, be and the same are 
hereby repealed. 

Sec. 3. And he it enacted, That this Act shall take effect 
from the date of its passage. 

Your committee respectfully recommend, if this report be 
approved, that your legislative committee be instructed to pre- 
sent the accompanying bills to the proper committees of the 
next General Assembly, and use all proper means to effect their 
passage. 

All of which is respectfully submitted, 

E. B. Prettyman, 
John F. Dawson, 
TowNLEY K. Wolfe, 

F. S. Eyerist, 
W. H. Dashiell, 

H. G. Weimer, 

I. S. Wilson, 
Ephraim L. Boblitz. 



Ixviii ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

The report was presented, and, on motion of Mr. E. R. Zim- 
merman, of Frederick county, the same was accepted by the 
Association ; Dr. Plenrj Branch moved that the report be adopted. 
The foliowins^ persons named on tlie program took part in the 
discussion: Dr. Jas. L. Bryan, of Dorchester; E. L. Boblitz, of 
Frederick; II. G. Weimer, of Allegany; John F. Dawson, of 
Caroline ; Col. Charles B. Rogers, of Baltimore county ; George 
R. Ash, of Cecil; Dr. Henry Branch, of Ellicott City; and W. 
H. Dashiells, of Somerset. A general discussion followed in 
which Mr. F. Eugene Wathen, Mr. John D. Worthington, Col. 
Charles B. Rogers, Dr. Henry Branch, participated. Prof E. B. 
Prettyman, on behalf of the committee, recapitulated the advant- 
ages contained in their report, and in an able manner answered 
the objections that had been raised to the report. Mr. Jno. D. 
Worthington offered an amendment, but afterwards withdrew it 
The following amendment was then voted on and carried : Add 
to section 59 "and provided that free books shall be furnished 
to indigent pupils of all grades, as under existing provisions of 
law." The first bill as amended was unanimously passed. The 
second bill was then passed. Col. Charles B. Rogers voting in the 
negative. The report as a whole was then adopted. 

On motion the Association adjourned to meet tomorrow at 
10 o'clock. 

M. B. Stephens, 

Secretary. 

Normal School Building. 

Balto., Md., November 27, 1895. 

The Association met at 10.30 o'clock. President Samuel 
Dutrow, presiding. Minutes of preceding session were read and 
approved. The committee on the oyster question was not ready 
to report ; and on motion, time was extended for one year in 
which to report. 

The question, "The province of the High School" was intro- 
duced b}' George C. Pearson, of Washington county. He urged 
special examinations for High School teachers and suggested, 
the beginning of the Johns Hopkins University course for boys, 
and the Woman's College for girls, as the completion for a High 
School course. The topic was further discussed by Mr. John D. 
Worthington, of Harford county; Mr. George Biddle, of Cecil 
county ; Thomas 8. Stone, of Prince George's county ; H. G. 
Weimer, of Allegany; Prof. Henry A. AVise, of Baltimore 
city; Prof. James A. Dilienbaugh, of Carroll; Prof. E. B. 
Prettyman, of the Normal School ; and Dr. Henry Branch, of 
Howard county. By motion, the following resohitious were 
referred to the State Board of Education. 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCA'nON, 



Ixix 



Hesolved^ That we strongly advise a thorough consideration 
of the distribution of the Academic Fund, so that such distribu- 
tion may be equitably made, and that additional funds, if deemed 
necessary, may be appropriated, and that all such appropriations 
fihall be entrusted to the various school boards of the State, for 
the establishment and support of County High Schools. 

By Dk. Jas. L. Bryan. 

•JResolved^ That it is the sense of this association, that the 
school law is deficient in not defining the limit of Primary, 
Grammar and High Schools, and that the law should be so 
amended as to set forth accurately this distinction. 

Hesolved, That it is the sense of this association, that the 
studies prescribed for teachers' first grade certificates, so far as 
high schools are concerned, are too low, and that a new grade of 
certificates known as the high school certificates, should be pro- 
vided for in the school law. 

By W. H. Dashiell. 

Hesolved, That it is the sense of this association that the 
academies now existing in the State of Maryland, and drawing 
donations from the State Treasury, should become a part of the 
public system of the county in which they exist, and subject to 
the control of the Public School Commissioners of said county. 

By Geo. C. Pearson. 

The following resolution was unanimously passed on the 
death of Mr. Berry : 

Whereas, the wise dispenser of events has seen fit to remove, 
by death, from his sphere of usefulness amongst us, G. Worth- 
ington Berry, late examiner of Charles county, and a member of 
this association ; 

Be it resolved, That in the death of Mr. Berry, this asso- 
ciation has lost a valuable member, and the school system of the 
State a faithful and conscientious public servant. 

Resolved, That we bear cheerful testimony to his worth and 
goodness, and order that this simple tribute be entered upon the 
minutes of the association, and a copy thereof forwarded to 
Mrs. Berry. 

On motion it was 

Resolved, That the representatives of the press, who have 
attended our association, be and they are hereby thanked for 
their excellent reports. 

The association adjourned. 

M. B. Stephens, Secretary. 



Ixx 



ANNUAL REPOKT OF THE 



CONCLUSION. 

The latter bill, of the above report, has been objected to by 
"The Baltimore Sun," as in violation of that part of section 34, 
of article 3 of the Constitution, which provides that taxes laid 
to pay any debt of the State, "shall not be repealed or applied 
to any other object until the said debt and interest thereon shall 
be fully discharged." There is no desire on the part of the 
school officers of the State to violate any provision of the Con- 
stitution, and if said objection is well taken, as I frankly admit 
it so appears to me, the question of the method of providing 
the funds to furnish the use of text-books free, to the pupils of 
the public schools, is submitted with confidence to the General 
Assembly, in the belief that, in the present condition of the 
financial affairs of the State, some way will be devised to accom- 
plish so desirable a result. 

From observation in my official visits to the different counties 
of the State, and from the reports of the several examiners, and 
of the Boards of County School Commissioners, it is manifest 
that the public school system is deeply rooted in the affections of 
the public, and that the teachers and school officers are faithful 
and efficient in the discharge of their important duties. 

The public school sj^stem of this State has been a development, 
guided by experience during the thirty years of its existence, 
and, it is my profound conviction, from a careful comparison 
with the systems of the other States, that in its main features, 
at least, it is better adapted to meet the needs of the people of 
this State, especially of that large proportion living in the 
country, than any other system, as a whole. An examination 
of the tables of statistics contained in the Annual Reports of 
the State Board of Education, compiled from the reports of the 
several boards of county school commissioners, will show that 
the public funds have been wisely and economically adminis- 
tered. A large proportion of the school houses are tasteful, com- 
fortable and well furnislied. The great body of the teachers, 
whom it has been my privilege to meet at the institutes and 
associations in the various counties, in intelligence, refinement, 
cultivation, character, and progressive spirit, will compare very 
favorably with any others I have met, whether in the country 
or in the cities. 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



Ixxi 



In my judgment, the greatest and most pressing needs of the 
schools are free text-books, to make them free schools in every 
respect, in accordance with the spirit of the constitutional pro- 
vision, and the creation of a new school officer under the title of 
Institute Conductor. These recommendations will be found in 
detail in previous reports, and they are again earnestly and 
respectfully renewed. 

It is a hopeful sign, that in some parts of the State, public 
spirited citizens have shown their appreciation of the schools by 
material aid, in contributions for school libraries, and, in a few 
instances, for school buildings, as mentioned in the reports of the 
School Boards. It is "a consummation devoutly to be wished," 
that this method of exhibiting interest in the schools may 
increase and extend. 

I beg to tender to all, with whom my duties have brought me 
into association, my heartfelt thanks for their invariable courte- 
sies and kindness. 

E. B. Prettyman, 
Secretary State Board of Education, 



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BALTIMORE CITY SCHOOLS. 



Receipts for the Current Expenses of the Board. 



From the City Collector, taxes $914,086 04 

From the State Treasurer, taxes 214,726 14 

From non-resideut pupils 3,557 45 

From John F. Plummer 114 50 

$1,132,484 13 



Total Expenditures for School Purposes. 

Expended by the Board $1,110,316 02 

Expended by Inspector of Buildings 96,913 15 

Total $1,207,229 17 



State Tax. 

Amount of school tax paid by the city to the State $295,161 75 

Amount of school tax received by the city from the State. . 214,726 14 

Excess to the State $ 80,435 61 



School Buildings. 

Number of school buildings owned by the city 93 

Number rented for school purposes 31 

Total number used for school purposes 124 



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— OF — 

School Commissioners 

— OF — 

THE COUNTIES. 



6 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



ALLEGANY COUNTY. 



Hon. E. B. Prettyman, Secretary State Board of Education. 

Dear Sir": — I have the honor to submit herewith the Annual Report of 
the Public Schools of Allegany County, for the year ending July 31, 181)5. 

The educational events of another yciar have passed into history. A 
careful survey of the field and a faithful comparison of the present -with 
the past status of school affairs, discover gratifying results. There ucre 
no sweeping reforms instituted, no startling enterprises projected, but the 
usual educational forces were so directed and concentrated as to insure 
steady and positive advancement. 

Very truly yours, 

H. G. Weimer, Secretary. 



SUMMMARY OF SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

roll SCHOOL YEAR E^iDING JULY 31, 1895. 

1895. 1894. 



JiTumber of school houses owned by the County, 96 ; rented, 

4; total, 100 100 97 

Number of rooms occupied when tlie attendance is largest. 180 11.58 
Number of male teachers (principals), white, 20; colored, 1 ; 

total, 30 30 25 

Number of female teachers (principals), white, 07 ; colored, 

8; total, 70 70 07 

Number of male teachers (^assistants), colored, 1 ; total, 1 . . . 1 

Number of female teachers (assistants,) wdiite, 88; total 88.. 83 82 

Total, white, 179; colored, 5 184 177 

Number of fenced lots 40 88 

Number of schools having out-buildings 100 90 

Number of schools having sufficient blackboards 98 97 

Number of schools having good furniture 97 97 

Number of terms schools w^ere open — white, 8^ terms ; col- 
ored, 3i terms. 

Number of different pupils for the year — while, 8,582; col- 
ored, 232 ; total, 8,814 8,814 8.842 

Number of pupils in average attendance, white, 5,55C; 

colored, 129; total, 5,685 5,685 

Number of official school visits paid by examiner 208 185 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 7 

ALLEGANY COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

Number of Pupils. 

Fall Term. Winter Term. Spring Term. Siiraiuer Term. 

Or. T?,^ii ) white, 8,054 ^ o^.r 7,885 ^ 7,511 « 5,400 ^ erin 

OnRolL. [c^p^ ' '211 8,26.) '^^^^ 8,076 7,670 5,510 

Average ) white, 6,161 ^090 6,035 n.ry^ 5,660 ^ r.an 4,370 . , 

attendance f cpl'd, 161 ^^'^^"^ 142 ^'"^ 126 ^'^^^ 87 ^'^^T 

1895. 1894. 

Number of pupils in 1st grade January 1st 2,497 2,114 

2d " 1,665 1^553 

3d " 1,548 1,498 

4th " 1,266 1,197 

5th , " 1,037 957 

6th " 601 705 

above 6th " ^ 257 183 

Number of pupils in book-keeping, 160; algebra, 465; physiolgy, 1,694 ; 

geometry, 382; philosophy, 49; drawing, 791 ; Latin, 133. 



School Houses Built or Enlarged During the Year. 



No. of School. 1 


District. 


Material. 


Cost. 


Length. 


Width. 


Height. 


■ 

s 'i 


Outbuildings. 


Fences. 


Cost of Furni- 
ture. 


6 
3 
4 
4 


7 
9 
15 
16 


Frame 


$ 528 35 
353 00 
436 29 
260 00 


32 
28 
30 
26 


24 10 t 
18 10 1 
24 10 
18 10 


60 
48 
48 
24 


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8 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



ALLEGANY COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



O 

o 



(-1 

a 



Name of Teacher. 



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Term. 



o 

a 
O 



be a 

<1 



Winter 
Term. 



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a 
O 



Spring 
Term. 



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a 
O 



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Summer 
Term. 



o 

a 
O 



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> OS 



7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
13 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



;lSue McNight 

1 Anna Shircliff 

1 Maggie Stotlemeyer . 

1 Grace Dando 

1 A. L. Smith 

1 Maggie Williams. . . . 

1 Hattie Lewis 

1 Bettie Stotlemeyer. . . 

1 A. Edgar Maun 

1 May Gurley 

1 Patrick Fiiizel . , 

1 Lizzie Fletcher 

2 Maggie Birmingham. 
2Georgie P. Foley. . . . 
2Clara V. Hartley.... 

2 Florence Nues 

2 Nellie T. Raley 



2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
1 



151 12 
12 
12 
18 

161 
23l 
15! 



18 
17 
25 
26 
33 
23 
13 
20 
20 
40| 31 
22i 14 
501 33 




14 



2 Ada L. Twigg. 

2 Anetta Melott 

3B. B. Savage 

Ella C. Kobinette. . 

3Ephraim Lee 

3Virgie Hinebaugh. 

3iZena Griffith 

3 Emma Dawson.... 
3Lourenza Johnson. 
3 Annie Condon. . . . 

3 J. C. Cordial 

3 Etta Crabtree 

3 Nettie Hunter 

3lSerepta Johnson. . . 



17 
14 
36 
19 

24 

22 



10 
11 
22 

111 
15 

14 



94 68 



25 
18 
17 
27 
26 
37 
26 
18 
25 
25 
38 
22 
52 
17 
15 
45 
19 
26! 
22! 
93| 



18 
13 
10 
20 
17 
28 
15 
9 
17 
17 
28 
14 



24, 
15 
19 

27 
19; 
391 
17| 
22| 
23 
231 
30' 
22 



18 



41 56 
13 16 

13 15' 



27 
12 
20 
13 
73 



2 
3 
1 



3;Emma V. Miller, 

3|Emma Mayer 

4 Ed. A. Browning. . 

MoUie Bopst 

Katie llodenhauser, 

Bertha Clarey 

Laura Howser 

4Mollie Hudson. ... 
4 Mamie Bowden... . 
5 J. E. J. Buckey... . 
B. A. Noone 



20i 16} 22 

28j 20 27 

38' 27i 36 

37! 20j 31 

17{ 12| 20 

23| 15! 22 
30 



32 



26 
18 
93 



17 
12 
9 

15| 27 

91 
261 
13 
12! 
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201 26, 15 
15!.... .... 

33; 38 25 

12, 
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17i 18i 12; 



10 81 

23' I7I 

19; 13 

17 10 



23 
20 
15 

261 16| 26 
141 10[ 17 
2781 2IO1 278 



22 
25 
23 
13 
14 
18 
15 
17 
9 

17 
12 
224 



25 19 

29! 19 

29: 20, 

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22 
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38 
37 
20 
24 
30 
28 
20 

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20 
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111 
11! 

17! 



18 15 



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23 
14 
470 



20 16 

17j 11' 



286! 202: 195 177 



14i 22 13 18 12 
10 14, 11 15 9 
386 480 363 468 378, 4031 345 



29 
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19 
27 
26 
39 
26 
22 
25 
25 
40 
22 
65 
20 
15 
47 
19 
26 
22 
102 



28 
17 
326 



26 
17 
515 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

ALLEGANY COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 

















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$233 


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$4 65 


243 


64 


326 


79 


4 50 


177 


28 


283 


08 


5 40 


226 


68 


251 


83 


7 90 


225 


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268 


23 


4 25 


225 


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246 


37 


11 50 


220 


92 


241 


76 


2 60 


201 


84 


222 


09 


5 70 


216 


84 


233 


14 


9 95 


225 


00 


256 


60 


5 70 


280 


55 


319 


45 


17 80 


190 


91 


207 


51 


7 40 


289 


10 


306 


54 


21 15 


200 


35 


245 


00 


7 20 


218 


07 


236 


57 


8 10 


212 


70 


225 


95 


2 25 


186 


75 


207 


23 




225 


00 


242 


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21 80 


214 


09 


230 


48 


8 50 


561 


06 


611 


94 


33 85 


200 


45 


227 


44 


6 70 


255 


00 


272 


88 


3 50 


223 


64 


242 


81 


4 30 


225 


00 


241 


16 


22 40 


240 


00 


260 


15 


3 60 


203 


18 


223 


38 


50 


160 


90 


188 


87 


1 80 


223 


64 


240 


89 


2 80 


200 


00 


213 


63 




195 


55 


215 


85 




225 


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236 


68 


"'20 


207 


27 


228 


07 


2 75 


1768 


69 


2184 


03 


66 75 



11 

21 
31 
41 
51 
61 
71 
81 
91 
101 
111 
121 
12 
22 
32 
42 
52 
62 
72 
13 

23 
33 
43 
53 
63 
73 
83 
93 
103 
113 
123 
133 
14 



24 
34 
15 



$15 00 



4 00 



$10 00 

14 00 
19 00 

15 00 
12 75 

7 62 

8 25 
15 00 

12 00 
15 00 

13 00 

12 50 

10 35 

17 30 

15 00 

9 00 

11 33 

13 00 
9 40 

30 75 

16 40 
15 63 

18 62 
6 00 

12 76 

13 25 
. 9 70 

13 00 
13 63 
9 00 
6 00 
12 00 
72 65 



$3 50 
3 501 



26 73 



5 
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1 
11 
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15 
60 
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50 
50 
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10 
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1 65 

2 00 

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7 75 



5 75 
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77 
25 



13 00 
11 12 
106 82 



10 00 
2 63 
2 45 
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12 


38 




4 


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1 75 
11 98 
130 97 



1 30 
3 05 
6 35 
80 98 135 00 



7 80 
176 06 



115 37 



246 25 
210 24 
2888 90 



261 00, 5 20 
241 14 4 85 
3418 12185 00 



10 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



ALLEGANY COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



O 

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o 

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5 Carrie W. Kephart !. , . 

Lizzie Schiller |. . . 

Dessie Keid j. . . 

Maggie A. Rowe i. . . 

Lvdia Deneeu L . . 

Ella Scott 

5J. F. Neff I 22 

6|Leiiora E. May I 35 

6 Alice :Mc:\Iichael I 111 

Stella Martin ! 



14 21 

26j 33 
85! 113 



Kose Cheney 75 

Firzah Williams 21 

3 7Mollie Copeland 38 

4 7 Ada Lee 47 

5 7lLizzie Athev I 26 

6 7|F. E. Crabtree 88 

S'O. H. Bruce ; 327 

' jCarrie Hepburn |. . . . 

lEdna Duckworth ■. . . . 

I Anna Grim ] 

iLucy :M. Wright I 

jLillie Fazcnbaker • • • • 

jBertie Tonrey j. . . . 

SjiMarv E. Martin | 57 

8; Alice V. Welton j 23 

1 9 L. J. Ort I 355 

;IIonora Birmingham I. . 

jA. L. Schramm j. . 

lElizabcth Elliott . 

'Jane Patterson j. . 

'Maggie Stewart I. . 

9B. S. Birmingham ' 49 

3 90ra Montgomery , 29 

4 9:Lillie Hotchkiss i 90 

Julia Murray i. . . . 

110 Geo. M. Perdew | 458 

jB. L. Anderson i. . 

Sarah Scott !. . 

lEinma Bradley !. . 

Minnie Eiclihorn j. . 

'Marion Richmond 



51 
13 

25i 
281 
17 
26i 
271 



80 
14 
39 
47 

2 

38 
325 



14 
19 
90 



24 
16 



38 
21 



51 
10 
24 
25 
lo 
30 



16 
30 
102 



12 
18 
82 



26 
78 



19 

65! 118 



751 42 61 



291 
41 
16 
35 



209i 319 



15 
10 



20 21 
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24 25 
261 284 



40, 



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27 

19: 



13 
13 



20 
239 



20! 14: 



28' 



336' 269 



Maggie Lochner 



30 

14! 
68! 



40 
28; 
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390, 448 



29 
12 
68 



315! 259 279, 228 355 



378 



31' 
26 
96i 



20 
12 
64| 



25 



73 



457! 371; 404 



20: 53 
. . . j 33 
48! 102 



324 493 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



11 



ALLEGANY COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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12 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



ALLEGANY COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 



ATTENDANCE FOB THE -XKAB ENDING JULY SIst, 1895. 



Number of school. | 


1 Election district. 


Name of Teacher. 


Fall 
Term. 


Winter 
Term. 


Spring 
Term. 


Summer 
Term. 


Number of different 
pupils for the year. 


'o 

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attendance. 


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attendance. 


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5 

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10 
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10 

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75 


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70 


97 


John T. Walsh 


153 


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B. C. Wilderman 


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11 
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11 

11 

12 


Carrie Haberleiu 

W. E. Spill 


51 
80 


32 
60 


33 
79 


21 
69 


37 
76 


25 
60 


30 
67 


18 
56 


91 
91 


Chas. G. AVatsou 


50 

117 
111 


36 
89 


49 
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32 
82 


45 


34 
81 


38 


22 
65 


51 
51 


A. W. Dewitt 


159 


111 


159 


112 


146 


106 


121 


87 


1$3 


Lillic Wasmuth 




















12 


John W. Hunt 


127 


109 


119 


95 


124 


100 


110 


95 


135 






















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255 


193 


238 


185 


227 


170 


167 


140 


287 










































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f]mma Dawson., 


25 
73 
19 
58 
367 


17 
61 
13 

35 
293 


24 
72 
24 
55 
347 


14 

55 
15 
39 
282 


18 

70 
23 
52 
238 


11 

53 
14 
35 
270 






25 
66 
23 
61 
371 


Clement Reidler 

:Mary F. Campbell 

iBelle L. AVilsou 


48 
18 
31 
284 


41 
14 

23 
234 











































STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



ALLEGANY COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPEJSSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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612 50 



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648 45 



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665 27 



296 51 
754 91 



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14 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



ALLEGANY COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOK THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1805. 



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riattie Sliockey . . . 

Jessie B. Orr 

jLottie Phillips. . . . 

2jl5jEmma Major 

I jjennic Ba^'ley. . . . 

S loMary Wafsh 

4:15 Katie McCaiighan. 
1|16 Blanche Snyder.., 
2, 16! Mary ^McLaughlin. 
316 Annie M. Evans. . , 

4 16 Nellie Morris 

1,17 J. E. Winters 



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iJennie Barber 

217!Bertha Badcliff 

317jNellie Higgins 

1!18W. H. Ryland 

jKatie Mauley 

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2'18M. J. Walsh 

j I Agnes Kirby 

3 18 Margaret Richmond. 

19; B. E. Carney : 

iAlice Thompson 

2,19!Rose Haberleiu 

j |M. E. Dougherty 

lj20j Agnes Grant 

Iciara V. Laing 

220 Ora M. Murie 

8 20 Margaret Reid 

Bertha Clarey 

Alice Jukes 

221J. Aug. Ilendrickson. 
321iW. B. Stevens 

21 Edith Hamilton 

22 John T. White 

Laura B. Staley 

Laura M. Young 

Lizzie Leonard 

Ellen M. Clark 

Estella Macbeth 

Winnie C. Frost 



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S'l ATE BOAKI) OF EDUCATION. 



15 



ALLEGANY COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

KXPEKSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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16 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THK 



ALLEGANY COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 



ATTENDANCE FOB THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 189i. 



Number of sohooL 


Election district. 


Name of Teacher. 


Fall 
Term. 


Winter 
Term. 


Spring 
Term. 


Summer 
Term. 


Number of different 
pupils for the yepr. 


On roll. 


Average daily 
attendance. 


On roll. 


Average daily 
attendance. 


On roll. 1 


Average daily 
attendance. 


On roll. 


Average daily 
attendance. 


1 
2 
1 
2 


22 
22 
24 
24 


; 




























































Arthur F. Smith 


151 


Ill 


158 


110 


147 


106 


85 


57 


190 
























166 


130 


152 


128 


153 


125 


128 


114 


177 






















J. T. Whitfield 


147 


129 


134 


113 


111 


96 


92 


78 


147 






















8054 


6161 


7885 


6035 


7511 


5660 


5400 


43708582 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



17 



ALLEGANY COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPENSES FOB YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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46 60 



100 48 



1850 31 



2703 892321 56 



2162 77 



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18 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



ALLEGANY COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



Number of school. | 


Election district. 


Name of Teacher. 


Fall 
Term. 


Winter 
Term. 


Spring 
Term. 


Summer 
Term. 


Number of different 
pupils for the year. 


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attendance. 


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. attendance. 


1 

1 
1 
1 


5 

11 

9 
8 




131 


93 


113 


83 


92 


76 


75 


60 


146 


Cora S. McBrown 


37 
18 
25 


33 
16 
19 


36 
18 
24 


28 
15 
16 


42 


34 


32 


27 


42 
18 
26 


MaryF. Good* 


25 


16 






211 


161 


191 


142 


159 


126 


110 


87 


232 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



19 



ALLEGANY COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31 st, 1895. 



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11 

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22 501 

10 00; 



28 50 



6 60 
4 30 

7 25 



82 50| 46 65 



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4 00 
4 25 
2 80 



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186 16 
156 82 
203 09 



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240 23 

187 87 

223 24 6 76 



1298 51 40 81 



20 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



ALLEGANY COUNTY — Statement of Receipts and Disbursements for 
Public School Purposes^ for the Year Ending July 31, 1895. 



Receipts. 

Balance ou hand July 31, 1894 $ 724 48 

State school tax. 21,010 07 

State free school fund 2,103 91 

State donations — Academic fund 400 00 

Amount of levy 39,000 00 

Sales of books 3,371 69 

State appropriation to colored schools 818 47 

A. R. Lewis, Insurance 250 00 

Sale of buildings 540 00 

Second National Bank T 7,500 00 



$75,718 62 

Disbursements. 

Teachers' salaries — white schools $52,779 05 

Fuel 1,850 31 

Incidental expenses of schools 2,321 56 

Rent 100 48 

Books and stationery 3,302 64 

Bnilding school houses 1,578 64 

Repairing school houses 2,703 89 

Furniture, black-boards and stoves 2,162 77 

Interest 452 12 

Salary of secretary, treasurer and examiner 1,750 00 

Per diem of School Commissioners 300 00 

Office expenses and account books 245 48 

Printing and advertising 216 55 

Paid to colored schools 1,298 51 

Insurance 471 20 

County Institute 135 75 

State Tachers' Association 10 00 

Attorney fees 158 33 

School libraries 10 00 

Maps and charts 970 00 

Note paid 2d National Bank 2,500 00 

Janitor fees 267 34 

Balance cash on hand 134 00 

$75,718 62 



ALLEGANY COUNT Y— COLORED ^^CROOW— Receipts and Dis- 
bursements for the Year ending July 31, 1895. 



Receipts. 

Amount received from State Treasurer $ 818 47 

Amount received from County School Board 480 04 



$ 1,298 51 

Disbursements. 

Paid for teachers' salaries $ 1,163 26 

Incidental expenses 12 63 

Rent 32 50 

Fuel 46 65 

Repairs 43 47 

$ 1,298 51 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



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21 



ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY. 



SUMMARY OF SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



FOR SCHOOL YEAll ENDING JULY 81, 1895. 

1895. 1894. 

Number of school houses owned by the county, 84; rented 
19; total, 103 103 

Number of male teachers (principals), white, 9; colored 8; 

total, 17 17 20 

Number of female teachers (principals), white, 63; colored, 

24; total, 87 87 90 

Number of male teachers, (assistants), white, 1 ; colored 1 ; 
total, 2 2 2 

Number of female teachers, (assistants), white, 17 ; colored, 

5; total 22 22 21 

Total, white 90; colored, 38 ; total 128 128 133 

Number of terms schools were open — white, 4; co.lored, 4. . . 4 

Number of different pupils for the year — white, 3,007 ; col- 
ored, 2,205 ; total, 5,212 5,212 5,189 

Number of pupils in average attendance, white, 1,618; col- 
ored, 922 ; total, 2,540 2,540 2,535 

Number of pupils over 16 years of age, 'white, 53; colored, 
52; total, 105 105 82 



NUMBER OF PUPILS. 
Fall Term, Winter Term. Spring Term. Summer Term. 

On Roll j white, 2,509 ^ 2,641 ^ 2,578 ^ 2,407 o g.^ 

On Roll., ^col'd, 1,532 ^'"^^ 1,956 ^^^-^^ 1,841 ^'^^^ 1,443 '^'^'^^ 

Average j white, 1,695 „ 1,737 o^.. 1,670 ^ oaci 1,369 o-n^ 

attendance] col'd, 875 1,074 '^'^^^ 990 748 

White, Col'fi, Total, Total, 
1895. 1895. 1895. 18i)4. 

Number of pupils in 1st grade, Jan, 1st 558 629 1,187 1,288 

2d " " 441 441 882 786 

3d " " 507 417 924 809 

4th " " .... 498 220 718 603 

5th " " 390 130 520 395 

6th " " 193 17 210 155 

above 6th, Jan. 1 ... 36 36 47 

Number of pupils in book-keeping, white, 75 ; colored, 4 ; algebra, white, 
113 ; colored, 12 ; physiology, white, 428 ; colored, 58 ; geometry, M'hite, 
7 ; philosophy, white, 63 ; colored, 9 ; drawing, white, 356 ; colored, 246 ; 
Latin, white 15. 



22 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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4 
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6 
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12 

13 

14 

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2 

3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

11 
1 
2 
3 
4 

5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 

12 
1 



1 Carrie R. Sanks. . , . , 
Emma A. Lerch. . . . , 

IMary P. Chew 

Sophie N. Sliepherd. 
Lilla H. Wayson. . . 
Nettie J. Harper. ... 



lJulia Watkins. 

ILucy S. Duckett 

IR. Bradley Jones.. . 

ILucy Owens 

1 Mattie Childs 

IW. O. Bassford 

lAlmira B. Welch. . . 

IM. E. Rockhold 

1 Blanche Drury 

I Mary E. Ford 

2Kate L. Rockhold. . 
2 Virginia Starlings.. 

Wm. H. Per veil 

Emily C. Ditty 

Carrie Williams. . . . 
2|Anna W. Barber. . . 
2!Robt. F. Dodson.. . . 

2iRebecca Clarke 

2jNellie Wood 

jMaggie Baldwin.. . . 
2:Wm. H. Phillips, Jr 

3iLottie R. Jacobs 

3iF. Ella Glasscock. . . 

3;Bertha Hodges 

3]Agnes Tate 

IVilletta M. Phelps. . 
3 Carrie B. Bailey.... 

3|Lillian Higgins 

3!E. May Tydings 

SBettie Revell 



46 



51 



37 



43 



52 



53 



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26 
21 
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38 
22 
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24 
27 
17 
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30 
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A. H. Pettibone. . 

Anna R. Denny. . 
3|Bianca Glasscock. 
3|Wm. H. Bourke. . 
3Annie S. Dodson. 
4iF. T. Bannon 



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32 



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37 
28 
38 



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48 



55 



27 
32 
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20 
33 
15 
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25 
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21 
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28 
71 



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21 
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23 
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20 
14 
16 

7 
21 
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56 



49 



38 59 



37 59 



7 
20 
47 



10 
19 
13 
27 



28 
36 
16 
23 
30 
15 
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30 
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17 
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36 
25 
32 
17 
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13i 29 
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141 26 
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12| 23 14 28 

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13; 15! 4, 24 

22; 36! 18; 42 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



23 



ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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3 


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3 


1 


4 



25 60 



40 85 



750 00 



816 45 



25 00 



25 00 
25*66 



24 00 



4 15 



750 00 



16 00 
5 25 

15 50 

16 75 

13 15 
27 00 

2 50 
9 75 

16 80 
10 38 

14 50 

17 00 
14 75 
20 00 
12 25 

4 75 

18 75 



50 
2 20 
6 87 
19 65 

22 00! 
4 20 



6 24 
2 25 



1 85 



35 
1 50 



50 
43 



13 20 
10 00 



15 23 
18 75 
31 75 



13 15 
5 75 



8 05 
"25 58 



2 95 



80 
00 



2 84 

3 72 



1 45 
25 60 



8 12 



60 
80 
67 



7 67 



14 25 



50 
98 



90 
4 10 
50 00 



25 00 
25 00 



2 45 



2 89 



350 00 
350 00 
350 00 
350 00 
321 53 
350 00 
350 00 
350 00 
350 00 
350 00 
350 00 
339 01 
350 00 
350 00 
350 00 
350 00 
350 00 
87 50 
345 
341 77 
750 00 



^78 15 



374 59 

360 05 
373 8T 
393 90 

371 23 
384 15 
357 75 
373 95 
404 64 
389 10 
368 55 

361 81 

367 42 
427 07 

368 00 
355 25 

369 73 
87 50 

372 77 
414 62 
882 33 



14 75 
20 00 
31 05 
26 65 
20 75 



14 00 
3 00 
8 25 



28 
03 
1 

45 
65 



350 00 
350 00 
350 00 
350 00 
350 00 



392 03 
371 03 
396 20 
387 10 
382 65 



36 00 



23 40 
19 00 

17 40 
16 63 

18 00 



50 
6 08 
21 37 
25 00 



55 
1 00 

1 65 
6 01 

2 66 



25 
29 75 



346 76 
315 00 
350 00 
348 00 
350 00 



18 00, 
8 87 
12 00 
10 50 



2 70 



25 00 



7 17 



25 
3 45 



25 00 



350 00 
350 00 
350 00 
350 00 



370 71 
335 75 
375 13 
421 76 
895 66 



395 70 
369 79 
398 25 
388 95 



24 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



O 

o 

in 



3 



Name of Teacher. 



Fall 
Term. 



o 

a 
O 



11 



Winter 
Term. 



o 

c 
C 



5 

OJ el 

82 C 

a; ^ 

<5 * 



Spring 
Term. 



c 

c 
O 



^1 

03 C 



Summer 
Term. 



c 

c 
O 



las C 



S3 
<U 
>. 

o 



iiM. E. Banuou 

4 Kate S. Laynor.. 

4 Myra M. Watts . . , 
4Idella L. Turner., 
4Susie M. Bryan. . , 

Naomi Disney. . . 
4|Bessie Higgins. . , 
9| 4 Viola Chaney. . . , 

Adella Joyce 

4,G. W. Cla^gett... 
Venie G. ITearne. 

5 Hannah Scott 

5 Eva C. Shipley. . . 

5 Kate M. Lehr 

5F. O. Pfoutz 

Naomi Hawkins.. 

Annie Colein 

Eliz. M. Lehr 

Susie M. Jones. . , 

L. D. Barnes 

B. B. Brashears. . 
M. A. D'Yarmett. 

Lizzie Swick 

Edna J. Tolson... 

elJohn G. Ray 

John B. League. . 
Cora A. Medley. . 
Estelle Carter.'. . . 
A. E. Tate 

D. Richardson . . . . 

Eliz. Dorsey 

R. G. Camden. . . 
M. Redmond 

E. W. Pindell.. .. 
Anna S. Brady. . . 
J. Riordan 

1 8H. Chase Allen. . 

2 8 Daisy Can- 

3 8 Mary P. Webb. . . 

4 8 Lucy Redmond.. 

5 8 Octavia Griffith. . 

6 8 Kate E. Oy'^ens.. . 



lOi 
1 

O 

4 



9i 

lOi 
1 



29 
24 
26 
13 
21 
27 



26 


42 


20 


33 


16 


29 


17 


34 


10 


19 


14 


23 


18 


32 


50 


77 



30 
24 
20 
27 
13 
16 
20 
51 



501 33 

33 23 

26 16 

34; 25 



18 
23 
35 



10 
15 



83 53 58i 25 



401 15! 42 
30 
35 
33 
22 
107 



29! 21 

30, 16 

30 16 

23 15 

114i 76 



15 10 16 11 



31 
22 

23 



37 
28 



19 31 



39, 22 50 

28j 161 40 

211 6 32 

281 12 37 

10 19 

8 26 
9 



8 
21 



24 
20 



32 
91 



32 16 48 

24 13i 30 



341 19; 30; 141 38 



19! 31! 15 
16: 28! 17 
82' 112 86 



23; 71 35 
28 12 28 
108: 68 119 



15 8 12 



23 16, 251 17i 231 15 
144 97 144 107 13l! 105 



29; 21 351 271 33 25 
49i 33 631 42 57i 40 



23 12 
123 63 



31 



17 
27 
158 



22! 41 



166; 135 156 118 



217! 177 



2091 147 



57 261 63 
1651 130. 164 lie; 188 



206i 1511 190 131 225 



43: 29! 56' 30 49 30' 48: 31 



6I; 
23| 
25i 
50 



35 49 19 48 19 59 43 



51 
80 



18' 18 18 22 
16 23 13 27 
32 53 36 55 



18 19 16 23 
11 24 12' 
36 54 31 



43! 25; 48; 291 46 27; 47 



29 
59 
25 56 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 25 
ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 



EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



' Number of schooL 


Election district. 


Rent. 


Fuel. 


Repairs. 


Other incidental expenses. 


Furniture, blackboards, 
stoves. 


Cost of books. 


Teachers' salaries for the 
year. 


Total expenses. 


1 

2 4 

3 4 

4 4 

5 4 

6 4 

7 4 
« 4 




18 00 
17 73 
37 85 
21 00 

1 50 

19 90 


1 j 
fti .^0 1.^ or! 




1 

350 OO; 472 58 
350 00^ 384 38 
332 50' 371 83 
350 OOj 371 00 
350 00 351 50 
341 16 386 19 
350 00, 371 29 
508 751 560 28 




16 10 


55; 

1 48! 





























24 88 


25 
3 29 
7 79 








18 00 
39 00 






9 

10 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 

6 
7 
8 

9 
10 

1 

1 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 


4 

4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 

5 
5 
5 

5 
5 
6 

6 

8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 




4 14 


60 


.... 








24 50 

25 40 

14 00 
8 00 

15 75 
52 55 




1 65 

1 04 
10 45 

4 47 

2 65 


40 00 
26 75 
75 




320 00; 386 15 
350 00 403 19 
340 16 370 67 
350 00 364 62 
350 OO; 368 40 










5 31 
2 15 










*25'66 


• • 1 • • • 


26 42 


78 37 




























14 10 

15 50 
36 45 


5 00 


i 85 






350 00| 370 95 

^riO on RRri HO 








70 00 


15 65 


42 95 






1069 80 


1234 85 
























24 65 
16 25 




41 50 

22 85 






348 64 


414 79 
494 60 


77 00 




25 00 


3 50 


350 00 




















% 
































































157 00 


543 52 260 70 


356 26 


45 95 


63 


5198 27 


6562 33 




1 














1 








































1 






16 50 


32 45 


60 
7 95 




338 60, 
.^.^n nn 


388 15 




12 87 
15 50 

13 50i 
on 






50 OOj 


4 66 
1 20 




350 00 420 16 
350 00 364 70 
350 00 386 04 
350 OO! 390 81 








6 84 


1 20 
45 


25 06 
8 50 






14 451 17 41 









26 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



NXiME OF Teacher. 



Fall 
Term. 



o 

C 

o 



a c 

5« 



Winter 
Term. 



o 

o 



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Spring 
Term. 



Summer 
Term. 



o 

u 

a 
o 



o 

o 



ot. 



a o. 



8 Alice Hopkins.. . 
SChaille Waller. , 
8Marv E. Heller. , 
S FIarriett Pindell 
8Z. E. Deale 



12 8Lina Prout. 



22 14' 29 13 
13 Hi 15i 11 



29i 20i 34 



11 

28 
23 



8, 14 
181 26 



21 
10 
17j 24 



28 
17 
35 
14 



13 27 161 30 



13 23 12 

10 13' 10 

19 29! 18 

10 16i 8 
14 
15 



2509 1 695 26411 737,257811670 2407:1369 



251 16 



27 



15 



33 
15 
38 
16 
29 
30 



3007 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 27 
ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS- Continued. 



EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



1 Number of school. | 


Election district. 


Rent. 


Fuel. 


Repairs. 


Other incidental expenses. 


Furniture, blackboards, 
stoves. 


Cost of books. 


Teachers' salaries for the 
year. 


Total expenses. 


7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 


8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 




17 00 
17 00 
17 75 
14 85 
17 25 
11 50 




3 99 
16 16 

65 
1 69 

75 






350 00 
350 00 


370 99 
.383 16 










18 00 




34 75 




.350 OO! 421 15 


38 




350 00 
350 00 
350 00 


366 92 
368 00 
361 50 


























$433 00 


1742 23 


794 03 


778 71 


445 70 


26 61 


$31443 15 


$35663 43 



28 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



ANNE ARUNDP:L COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOK THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



o 

• Ft 

S-4 
■4-9 



Name of Teacher. 



Fall 
Terra. 



Winter 
Term. 



o 
u 

a 
o 



l-i a; 

at -u) 



o 

(t 

a 
O 



S3 S 

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Spring 
Term. 



o 

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O 



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bummer 
Term. 



o 

G 

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0) si 
eS C 



1 Sophia Sorrell. , 
llM. E. Johnson. 
llHugh Brown. . . 
1 Sarah Calvert. . 
l|Thos. G. West.. 
IjSarah Jenuinos, 



2Adella Dennis 

2 A. Estelle Carroll. . 

2 Sarah D. Webb 

2:Jas. W. Kobinson.. 
2jEliza H.Matthews.. 

2|Eliza Dennis 

3!Louisa Maynard. . . , 
3|Ida E. W^heatley..., 

3iM. E. Johnson 

3iRosa Winfield 

3,Laura A. Scott. . . . , 

8|A. E. Augustus 

3 Mary E. W^atkins... 

4 Alice E. Hall 

4! Annie V. Evans. . . , 
4|Mary B. Palmer. . . , 

SiRich. H. Neal 

5|Mamie B. Young. . , 
jMamie S. Hazelton. 
SiEmma T. Calhoun.. 

5'Lovey Wilson 

6T. A. Thompson.. . , 

IWm. H. Butler 

L. V. Holliday 

Zelie Ridgely 

Annie R. Calhoun. , 

Beulah Cully 

8 Mamie L. Iloustan., 
8 Maria E. Green. . . . 
8 Jere M. Jessup. . . . 

8;Wesley Chase 

8 James O. Carter. . . , 



50 
24 
29 
28 
46 
38 
65 
12 
33 
29i 
211 

39: 

41! 
64! 
29' 
33; 
44; 
35 
33 
29 
20 
35 
69 
90 



301 63 

121 36 

20j 43 

19 49 



18 
23 
32 
8 
20 
10 
11 
31 



60 
61 
66 
15 
43 
40 
27 
56 



23 58 
30 69 



12 
12 
44 
21 
14 
14 
12 



46 
47 
31 
48 
43 
33 
30 



30 
18 
28 
25 
22 
18 
41 
1(^ 
29 
16 
13 
35 
31 
23 
20 
37 



60' 
34i 
44l 
53; 
50| 
59| 
63j 
16| 
45' 
32' 
26! 
54 
43i 
39; 
41 
47 



21 
24 
38 
36 
17 
20 
40 
9 

26 
8 
15 
23 
17 



34 
34 
38 
53 
40 
54 
54 
12 
38 
15 
22 
36 
31 



311 20 

35 4l| 

16| 271 

19i 35 



11 26 

16 37 

24 • 47 

2l| 12 

34i 43 

15! 28 



23; 63 
47 99i 
40 119 



26 
32 
71 



311 
59 

99i 



66 120i 



21 
21 
26 
62 
45 



35 26! 70 46, 70' 49 
38' 19i 43 301 42j 25 

298 196' 285 184 273; 178 

i 



31 
20 
60 
53 
65 



55 
27 
31 
60 

52i 



26 65 29 65 34 56 



65 
20 
220 



18; 41| 18! 311 18 
15; 6li 17 64! 26 



30. 86; 41 
29' 60i 27 



92 37 
66! 33 



39 
35 
75 
60 



1533 



875195610741841: 9901443 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



29 



ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



O 

o 

Xi 

o 



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4) 



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a, 



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CO 

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1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
1 
2 
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4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
1 
2 
3 
1 
2 

3 
4 



22 00 



20 75 
22 50 
18 25 



11 
15 
21 
4 



80 
30 
75 
00 



75 00 



43 



1 39 



50 00 
36 00 
30 00 
36 00 



21 75 
18 00 



17 50 
42 00 



48 00 



16 00 

14 00 
18 50 

7 00 

17 90 
17 15 

15 00 
20 00 

16 15 
20 00 
20 00 

9 00 
16 75 
13 00 
20 50 
39 93 
15 50 



29 00 

"ioo 



21 60 



1 44 
8 71 



1 00 



1 35 
3 14 



6 35 



1 20 
4 75 



1 43 

2 00 
90 

2 90 
1 50 



4 33 
7 00 
3 30 
3 15 
25 
82 
3 75 



2 83 



1 50 



4 40 



■ 75 



60 



25 



222 


00 


318 


18 


222 


00 


269 


33 


222 


00 


241 


64 


200 


22 


241 


02 


222 


00 


238 


74 


210 


00 


241 


46 


262 


50 


268 


00 


222 


00 


288 


00 


222 


00 


277 


40 


222 


00 


270 


50 


222 


00 


266 


43 


090 


00 


264 


25 


222 


00 


240 


05 


222 


00 


241 


25 


222 


00 


246 


64 


222 


00 


259 


90 


222 


00 


264 


33 


222 


00 


249 


60 


222 


00 


251 


80 


222 


00 


283 


90 


222 


00 


241 


60 


204 


oc 


273 


32 


222 


00 


267 


13 


381 


00! 401 


25 


222 


00 


290 


88 


222 


00 


252 


50 


1550 00 


1946 79 



36 00 
'9006 



32 88 
17 75 
160 49 



1 25 
32 00 109 90 



11 50 
4 40 



27 00 



20 00 
15 75 

21 13 
13 00 

9 50 



$474 25 



701 23 



4 00 



4 35 
55 
25 
1 33 
3 68 



186 39 



159 21 



25 63 



222 00 
222 00 
222 00 
247 50 
222 00! 



246 
238 
270 
261 
239 



35 
30 
38 
83 
18 



$8605 22; $10151 93 



30 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY— Statement of Receipts and Disbursements 
for Public School Purposes, for the Tear ending July 31, 1895. 

Receipts. 

Balance on band July 31, 1894 $ 234 63 

State school tax 10,312 75 

State free school fund , 2,060 82 

State donations 1,200 00 

County school tax 26,821 69 

State appropriation to colored schools 8,827 48 

Clerk Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County, from tonging 

licenses 3,269 38 

H. M. Murray, Insurance 20 00 



$58,746 75 

Disbursements. 



Teachers' salaries — white schools.. , $31,443 15 

Fuel 1,742 23 

Incidental expenses of schools 778 71 

Rent 433 00 

Books and stationery 1,075 72 

Building school houses 1,193 00 

Repairing school houses 794 03 

Furniture, black-boards and stoves 445 70 

High schools or academies 1,200 00 

Saiarj'^ of secretary, treasurer and examiner 1,595 00 

Salary of assistant ; 450 00 

Per diem of School Commissioners 290 00 

Office expenses and account books 365 10 

Printing and advertising 159 08 

Paid to colored schools 10,151 93 

Insurance 250 88 

Lots 50 00 

Miscellaneous 302 19 

Balance cash on hand 5,967 03 

$58,746 75 



ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY— COLORED ^QMOOlj^—Beceipts and 
Disbursements for the Year ending July 31, 1895. 

Receipts. 



Amount received from State Treasurer $8,827 48 

Balance July 31, 1895 1,324 45 



$10,151 93 

Disbursements. 

Paid for teachers' salaries $8,605 22 

Incidental expenses 159 21 

Rent 474 25 

Fuel 701 23 

Repairs 186 39 

Furniture 25 63 

$10,151 93 



32 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



BALTIMORE COUNTY. 



SUMMMARY OF SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

FOK SCHOOL YBAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



1895. 1894. 

Number of school houses owned by the County, 134 ; rented, 

37; total, 171 171 171 

Frame, 100; brick, 41 ; log, 2; stone, 28; total, 171 171 171 

Number of rooms occupied Avhen the attendance is largest. 253 253 
Number of male teachers (principals), white, 56 ; colored, 7 ; 

total, 63 63 63 

Number of female teachers (principals), white, 85 ; colored, 

23; total, 108 108 108 

Number of male teachers (assistants), Avhite, 1 ; total, 1 1 2 

Number of female teachers (assistants,) white, 118 ; colored, 

5: total 123 123 105 

Total, white, 260 ; colored, 35 ; total, 295 295 278 

Number of fenced lots 92 91 

Number of schools having out-buildings 171 171 

Number of schools having sufficient blackboards 171 171 

Number of schools having good furniture 171 171 

Number of terms schools were open — white, 4; colored, 4. 
Number of different pupils for the year — males — white, 6,279 ; 

colored, 871; total, 7,150; females — white, 5,687; colored, 

787 ; total, 6,474 13,624 13,136 

Number of pupils in average attendance, white, 7,049; 

colored, 779; total, 7,828 7,828 

Number of pupils over 16 years of age — white, 289 ; colored, 

73; total, 362 362 

Number of official school visits paid by examiner 344 342 



Number op Pupils. 

Fall Term, Winter Term. Spring Terra. Summer Term. 

OnRoU.. Uof-t'U9^».««''1;35l".398 «|«^10,810 10,097 

1895. 1894. 

Number of pupils in 1st grade January 1st 3,008 2,736 

2d " 1,537 1,448 

3d " 2,123 2,045 

4th " 1,890 1,805 

" 5th " 1,608 1,535 

6th " 862 830 

« above 6th " 370 891 

Number of pupils in book-keeping, 370; algebra, 1,232; physiolgy, 2,470; 
geometry, 370; philosophy, 370; drawing, 6,860. 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 33 
BALTIMORE COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 



School Houses Built or Enlarged During the Year. 



: No. of School. , 


District. 


Material. 


Cost. 


Lots. 


Width. 


Height. 


Square feet of 
Blackboard. 


Outbuildings. 


Fences. 


Cost of Furni- 
ture. 


13 
10 

8 
13 

7 

n 


7 
9 
11 
13 
13 
3 




$ 13 50 
1,730 00 
760 00 
455 00 
1,050 00 


















































































300 00 































*Colore(5. 



3 



34 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

BALTIMORE COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



Number of school. 


\ Election district. 


Name of Teacher. 


Fall 
Term. 


Winter 
Term. 


Spring 
Term. 


Summer 
Term. 


Number of different 
pupils for the year. 


t—^ 

'o 

a 
O 


Average daily 
attendance. 


o 

d 
O 


Average daily 
attendance. 


'o 

d 
O 


Average daily 
attendance. 


1— < 
o 

d 
O 


Average daily 
attendance. 


1 

2 
2 
2 
2 
:3 
3 
4 
5 

6 
6 
© 
7 
9 
9 

11 
12 
12 
1 

1 

o 

4 



5 
5 

7 
7 
8 
8 
9 
9 
10 
11 
1 
1 

IS, 

2 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 


Kitty G. Fite 

Emory C. Chenoweth 


23 
163 


17 
127 


22 
164 


12 
128 


12 
158 


9 

119 

• 


10 
162 


6 

132 


32 
177 










































Georgia A. Scott 


68 


56 


68 


60 


69 


56 


70 


58 


76 


Wiliiam H. Upman 

E. Gertrude Widerman 


46 
46 


33 
33 


50 
66 


39 
51 


45 
60 


33 
39 


46 
47 


32 
34 


63 
72 


Clinton H. Spurrier 


126 


98 


130 


95 


120 


80 


118 


83 


149 
























40 
106 


33 
86 


4^ 
101 


31 
77 


42 
101 


29 
75 


41 
97 


34 
75 


50 
118 


Mai^gie Clarke 

Esther A. Ebaugh 


48 
62 


40 
49 


48 
65 


40 
50 


43 
67 


34 
45 


35 
65 


29 
44 


57 
79 


2! Belli. S.'IIavden 

2iITeleji Thomas 


72 


55 


79 


58 


60 


50 


67 


54 


97 


o 
<w 

o 

i 

2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 

3 
3 
3 

/ 3 
- 3 


Maggie E. Oursler 

Williams. Weller 


32 
102 


22 
75 


36 
85 


21 34 
70 85 


21 

62 


31 
75 


22 
62 


37 
116 


Minnie F. Troxell 

Edward G. Nelson 


32 
96 


25 
77 


42 
99 


27 
78 


39 
100 


26 
76 


30 
96 


18 
73 


46 
113 
























32 
73 


18 
55 


35 
76 


21 

52 


30 
71 


15 
41 


32 
65 


22 
49 


38 
91 


James B. Heisse 

Alice D. O'Dell 


63 


52 


67 


52 


65 


50 


60 


43 


75 


iMargie W. Jean 

lOlivia S. Ware 


26 


20 


30 


21 


24 


16 


27 


16 


34 


Grace ]\I. Conrey 

Alice L. Stinchcomb 

Victoria 0. Hayden 

Branford C. Gist 


54 
23 
83 


41 

18 
55 


65 
26 
80 


47 
20 
60 


51 
24 
76 


36 
17 
51 


57 
19 
72 


43 
15 
53 


79 
27 
83 


Ella L. Smith 


134 


110 


128 


108 


122 


89 


117 


92 


156 











































STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



35 



BALTIMORE COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



O 

o 
o 

05 



a 



1 


1 


2 


, 1 


2 


1 




1 


2 


1 


3 


1 


3 


1 


4 


1 


5 


1 


5 


1 


6 


1 


6 


1 


6 


1 


7 


1 


9 


1 


9 


1 


11 


1 


12 


1 


12 


1 


1 


2 


1 


2 


2 


2 


3 


2 


3 


2 


4 


2 


5 


2 


5 


2 


t 


2 




2 


7 


2 


7 


2 


S 


2 


8 


2 


9 


2 


9 


2 


10| 


2 


llf 


2 


If 8 


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3 


21 


3 


21 


3 



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d 



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p. 

a? 

03 



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03 

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o 



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o 

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03 



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03 



03 



03 

03 
CI. 
X 
03 

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o 



o 
o 



O 

'3 

03 



133 75 



13 00 
101 50 



I 



36 26 



10 43 
74 23 



10 25! 
28 40! 



410 00 
2062 03 



637 03 
2599 02 



18 00 
306 75 



47 75 



5 00 25 40 



7 90 



1076 67 



40 00 



22 00 
28 75 



40 81 



71 25 



14 95 
26 27 



33 55 



6 40 
42 66 



525 00 
686 28! 



1243 35 

639 29 
890 43 



29 00 



1500 41: 1739 11 



63 75 

95 25 
113 25 



45 02 



25 01 
27 50 



63 18 



15 65 
20 75 



3 99 



500 oo; 
1080 oo; 



593 33 
1261 86 



41 25 
184 50 



100 00 



31 06 
48 80 



12 25 
33 83 



34 22 
59 38 



550 00 
962 08| 



700 91 
1282 48 



84 75 
75 00 



47 60 



14 50! 23 57 



1067 66 1210 32 



99 00 



28 00 
37 45 



7 00 12 15 
25 50; 



470 00 
1029 25 



560 20 
1149 70 



42 75 
87 75 



131 25 



28 00 
47 60 



7 10 



13 50| 
35 44 



28 13 



479 44 
1861 76 



592 90 83 00 
1705 58 i241 50 



38 13 
74 80 

27 26i 

'28'6oi 



I 23 98 

11 00 25 52 



8 40 

i I 

14 oo! *i6'99' 56*14 
"is 05 



440 00 
1020 14 



521 00 
1204 92 



1045 48! 1230 13 



11 88 



14 00 

25 001 
36 00 I 



12 75 

17 27 20*92 

11 50 13 141 12 40 
70 63i 30 00; 80 36 



435 321 



517 42 



575 00 
444 4r 
1070 00 



645 24 

583 56 



6 75 
54 00 



121 50 
24*75 



116 25 

40 50 



105 65 



40 69 



(6 12; 



1780 31; 



1406 981 79 75 

I 

2114 93 294 00 



36 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



BALTIMORE COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOB THE TEAR ENDING JULY 3lst, 1895. 



O 
O 

o 

ID 



t-4 

c 
5zi 



Name of Teacher. 



Fall 
Term. 



c 
O 



03 C 

5 = 



Winter 
Term. 



3 

5^ 



Spring 
Term. 



o 
t-. 



ti fl; 



Summer 
Term. 



o 
^- 

c 
O 



5 ^ 

^ G 

tec 

03 C 

1-1 o 

<1 * 



2 3 Florence R. Hall 

3 310. Harvey Pardee. ... 

3 slA-lice V. Browne 

3 SjRosa R. Wooters 

6 3|C. Wesley Price 

6 3|Editli L. Brady 

7 3 Jennie A. Ruhl 

8 3|Laura Phelps Todd. .. 
8 3jEueanor H. Thorpe. . . 
8 3 Florence Mallonee.. . . 
1 4F. Dorsey Ensor 

1 4Celia Gorsuch 

2 4 Robert L. Davidson.. 

2 4 J. Albert Slade 

3 4M. Maud Parks 

4 4 Emory C. Ebaugh .... 

5 4Zachariah C. Ebaugh. 

5 4 Bessie Davis 

5 4 Lizzie Schotield 

5 4 Nettie Marriott 

5 4 Nettie Keys 

5 4 Esther Berryman 

6 4 Frank Schriver 

7 4. J. Albert Slade 

7 4 Minnie E. Reese 

7 4 Ida E. Brown 

8 4 Newton Cullison 

9 4 Edith Mercier 

9"] 4 Nellie Gorsuch 

91 4 Bessie McLaughlin... 

10, 4|May E. Ledley 

l| 5 Robert McCann 

a 5!M. Frank Cofield 

2' 5iRose W. Tracey 

» SlWilbert Price 

3| 5 Lulu V. Walker 

4 SjJ Hiram Shamberger. 

5 5jDora Kessler 

6 SSallie Cole, 

7 5 



H. Elmer Jackson. . . , 

Levin Mitchell 

Mattie A. E. Phillips, 



113 85 



1261 80i 119 



74 



46 



50 
116 



72 



32 



65 



39i 44 
91 112 



54 



73 



35 26 



201 14 
37| 25 
218 180 



15 
53 



26 
117 



22 
26 
51 



43 



29 
26 
38 
42 
70 



10 
43 



19 
92 



18 
20 
40 



33 



38 



23 
39 
228 



54 



62 



32 
83 



53 



29 



42 
105 



53 



106 



61 



37 



16 23 
27| 28 
186 228 



19 

52i 



9 

39 



33 
117 



31 
42 
72 



24 
92 



19 

55 



26 
110 



25 
33 
57 



27 
81 



48 



30 



17 
17 
175 



11 

37 



18 
82 



49| 34 



25i 
16i 
28! 
31 
46 



33 
39 
41 
43 
84 



29 
37 
72 



28 
27 
46 



56 



39; 
100 



67 



39 



21 

22 
220 



17 
55 



21 
110 



18 
23 
44 



44! 26 



31 



27 

28! 
28i 
29 
57 



30 
42 
36 
43 
70 



23 
26 
27 
28 
51 



32 
26 
38 
39 
67 



STA.TE BOARD OF EDUOATrON". 



37 



BALTIMORE COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



O 

o 
o 

«♦-( 
O 

u 

03 

a 



2 

3 

6 
6 
7 
8 
8 
8 
1 
1 
2 

3 
4 
5 
5 
5 
5 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4. 
4 
4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



Rent. 


Fuel. 


1 Repairs. 


Other incidental expenses. 


Furniture, blackboards, 
stoves. 


Teachers' salaries for the 
year. 


1 

Total expenses. 


Receipts from books. 




i 














64 00 




53 05 


72 25 


1433 10 


1776 48 


169 00 






















4-7 25 




24 49 


33 00 


995 00 


1124 75 


94 50 








96 50 
109 25 


6 50 

OJl OO 


15 11 

82 84 




em f r\f\ 

525 00 
1500 00 


607 86 
1854 17 


82 50 
212 25 




41 92 






















41 00 




28 10 




985 04 


1132 31 


105 00 










R 10 


7 00 

t \J\J 


12 57 




493 42 


549 57 


48 00 








21 84 
28 00 
166 56 


9 55 
"'85*03 


15 95 
132 43 


17 15 
146 06 


430 00 

HA) i DO 

2947 81 


514 03 

KAR 70 

3889 43 


33 75 
541 55 




• • • • • • « 




































































16 93 
36 50 


6 00 


10 43 
18 42 




400 00 
729 41 


450 32 
925 71 


8 25 
97 50 




15 96 
























23 17 
44 80 




10 00 

30 12 




422 92 
1525 00 


478 90 
1772 60 


27 75 
96 00 






52 38 






















35 00 
23 34 
18 50 




13 60 
11 98 
11 39 




470 00 
430 00 
707 12 


529 81 
537 11 
816 23 


48 75 
53 25 
81 00 




31 00 
6 00 














30 50 




13 80 




485 00 


580 95 


26 25 










39 32 
27 50 
30 51 
9 00 
43 88 




25 40 

11 83 

12 20 


16 00 


500 00 
472 11 
500 00 
500 00 
970 00 


636 69 
538 56 
557 09 
557 65 
1123 87 


36 75 
27 00 
63 75 
29 25 
33 75 




4 80 






• • • • • • • 


7 70 


13 61 




32 57 



























6 
7 
7 
7 
8 
9 
9 
9 

10 
1 
2 
2 
3 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 



38 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

BALTIMORE COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 



ATTENDANCE FOB THE TEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



Number of school. 


Election district. 


Name of Teacher. 


Fall 
Term. 


Winter 
Term. 


Spring 
Term. 


Summer 
Term. 


Number ot dinerent 
pupils for the year. 


On roll. 


Average daily 
attendance. 


On roll. 


Average daily 
attendance. 


On roll. 


Average daily 
attendance. 


On roll. 


Average daily 
attendance. 


9 


5 




41 


25 




42 


oO 


A H 

41 


A CS 

48 


OO 

39 


61 


10 


5 




28 


19 


25| 


16 


25 


16 


26 


15 


28 


11 


5 


Mary C. Bixler 


22 


16 


35 


25 


2o 


17 


21 


15 


38 


12 


5 




26 


20 


37 


23 


O A 

34 


18 


27 


17 


43 


12 


r\ 


Rarbnra K. "Mallonfe 




















1 


ejM. LeRov Bull 


68 


50 


75 


52 


64 


46 


52 


37 


84 


1 


ft Minnie Conenhaver 




















2 


6 




29 


18 


36 


23 


33 


19 


21 


•4 O 

12 


47 


3 


6 




65 


50 


71 


56 


ob 


50 


67 


5o 


95 


3 


6 












































4 


6 




72 


53 


74 


jy A 

64 


78 


61 


73 


59 


99 


4 


6 






















5 


6 




47 


28 


51 


36 


A O 

43 


29 


A rv 

40 


25 


62 


6 


6 




40 


30 


63 


43 


56 


39 


35 


24 


67 


6 


6 






















7 


6 




34 


21 


41 


29 


37 


25 


34 


23 


52 


8 


6 




31 


24 


54 


42 


51 


34 


33 


24 


62 


9 


6 




32 


21 


40 


27 


31 


24 


32 


24 


46 


1 


7 




64 


50 


: 66 


52 


60 


45 


47 


34 


71 


1 








1 














2 


7 




37 


26i 40 


35 


40 


28 


40 


28 


56 


3 


7 


Sadie J. Baker 


45 


30 


1 50 


37 


43 


26 


32 


23 


64 


4 


7 


Benj. F. W. McClung 


25 


18 


32 


23 


28 


17 


27 


20 


45 


5 


7 


Belle Miller 


20 


16 


20 


16 


18 


14 


25 


17 


29 


6 


7 


Wm. H. Wilhelm 


30 


17 


37 


27 


42 


31 


27 


17 


45 


7 


7 


Edgar C. Mitchell 


83 


59 


90 


52 


75 


48 


60 


40 


103 


7 


7 






















8 


7 




43 


35 


46 


39 


48 


36 


43 


28 


54 


9 


7 




40 


28! 49 


37 


45 


31 


40 


27 


59 


10 


7 




23 


19 


34 


25 


31 


25 


30 


23 


43 


11 


7N. D. R. Allen 


19 


13 


34 


27 


35 


25 


26 


15 


41 


12 


7 




62 


47 


1 70 


57 


71 


53 


61 


45 


78 


12 


7 






















13 


7 




39 


28 


42 


29 


35 


26 


40 


29 


52 


1 


8 




22 


17 


32 


22 


29 


20 


25 


16 


32 


2 


8 


Bertha B. Riley 


36 


21 


37 


21 


29 


17 


41 


24 


49 


2 


8 






















3 


8 




24 


20 


25 


16 


19 


13 


22 


16 


32 


3 


8 






















4 


8 




16 


11 


23 


17 


23 


14 


17 


9 


29 


5 


8 






















5 


8 




64 


50 


58 


43 


59 


37 


62 


50 


80 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



3^ 



ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



a 



CO 



CO 

CO 

a 
o 
ft 
X 

f— -< 

e8 

o 

U 



p— ( 

o 



CO 

V 
o 

M 
o 



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xi 



in 

la 



o 

:a 



CO 

d 
ft 

X 
9) 



o 
H 



o 
o 

a 
o 



-4-3 



9 


5 


10 


5 


11 




12 


5 


12 


5 


1 


6 


1 


6l 


2 


H 


3 


R 

\J 


3 


R 


4 


R 


4 


R 


5 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


I 


6 




6 


9 


6 


1 


7: 


1 


71 


2 


7 


3 


7 


4 


7 


5 


7 


6 


7 


7 


7 


7 


7 


8 


7 


9 


7 





7 


1 


7 


2 


7 


2 


7 


S 


7 


1 


8 


2 


8 


2 


8 


3 


8 


3 


8 


4 


8 


5 


8 


5 


8 



36 00 



24 401 



100 00 



33 84 
29 80 
24 37 
27 50 



7 00 



54 90 



15 101 
19 47i 

11 15^ 

12 82 



20 68 



565 40; 

400 oo! 

455 OOj 

452 661 



704 79 
489 49 
514 52 
560 40 



2 85 30 51 



945 00! 1086 44 



31 401 
28 571 



22 061 
38 00! 



12 76 
38 46 



442 29! 
980 OOi 



21 75 
40 50 
e34 50 
30 00 



62 25 



581 13 24 OO 
1193 70! 84 77 



36 00 



36 94! 24 99 8 40 1080 OOi 1247 741 96 75 



26 17| 27 52! 12 97 
25 54 1 13 65 



497 29! 
572 96, 



606 40i 47 25 
648 54l 59 25 



29 50 

26 26 

27 50 

53 9l! 



! 13 88. 

2 50i 21 85 

2 50; 13 18 

2 25i 24 78 57 09 



8 40 
34 75 



445 00, 
525 oo' 
485 001 
794 64^ 



512 13i 48 75 
682 59; 33 75 
583 93! 33 75 
983 40ill4 OO 



28 191 
34 861 
27 00 
26 50 
62 93 
51 94 



19 531 

2 OOj 
10 00! 

3 75! 
28 32! 
14 901 



11 45 

18 80i 
11 46^ 
10 00; 

19 75 

28 91: 



3 25 

2*66 
10 51 

8^73 



1 00! 

27 25 
25 43 
10 60 



336 22 



54 37 
35 87| 
12 50 



10 58: 4 50 
15 34' 20 67 

19 92i 

23 38! 

25 11! 



500 OOi 

459 50i 
444 76: 
348 30! 
465 43! 

1001 25! 

525 00^ 
494 68i 
485 00: 

460 OOi 
993 541 



595 58! 84 25 
553 Oil 85 95 
513 94; 25 50 
432 501 24 75 
629 47: 33 OO 
1442 93i 90 75 



927 931108 00 
626 17i 52 50 
634 02 H6 75 
572 7:5 34 50 
1152 621 80 25 



31 25 

32 00 
41 92 



44 16 



19 25 
32 50 



49 00 



9 00 



12 00 
17 62 

13 01 



12 39 



15 20 
21 99 



37 44 



5 30 



497 29! 712 15i 62 25 
411 48! 507 32i 32 25 
390 771 516 06; 47 25 



9 50 



430 00 506 411 27 00 



410 00 

793 721 



470 85j 39 00 
1008 85ill5 50 



4# 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



BALTIMORE COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



O 

o 
o 

CO 



3 



4 

1 

8 
9 

10 
10 
11 
11 
11 
11 
12 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
5 

6 
6 



8 
9 

10 
10 
11 
1 



5! 8 Bertha B. Riley 

()• 8 John M. Quinn I 119 

6 8 Annie G. Wahl 
6 8 Mary Hartigan 
Grace Bartbolow 



Name of Teachek. 



Fall 
Term. 



o 

u 
C 
O 



11 



Louise M. Ensor. . . 

Katie Moore 

Sophia Stocksdale. . 

Sallie E. Bussey 

Mollie E. Brown. . . 
8|Estelle S. Walters. . 
Lida J. Torrington. 
Charles R. Bussey. . 
Ella E. Connelly-. . . 

Belle Whitaker 

8]Heleu Buckley 

SjClara V. Fishpaw. . 

Clara S. Dobbin 

Sara B. Butler 

Helen Buckley 

Belle Whitaker 

Marion M. Knight. . 

A.nnie Padian 

John T. Thompson. 

Nannie Feast 

Olivia G. Harrison. . 
Camille Chenoweth. 
Nellie O. Rossman.. 
Thos. F. Mallonee. . 

Louise S. Fox 

Sabina Fleming. . . . 

7l 9jR. Brent Crane 

9!A.nna Pilson 

9!May Butler 

7j 9Ca8sie Ady 

Lilla A. Conrev. . . . 
Sarah E. Welsh . . . . 

Ella Fitzgerald 

Lizzie W. CoUings.. 

Susie Wyraan 

M. Bertha Mays. . . . 
lOjFlorcnce Phipps 



7 9 



119 



94 



96 



18 
35 
104 



151 



102 



89 



28 
80 



106 



81 



146 112 



34 
120 



207 



27 
81 



180 



34i 
421 
65, 



29 
26 
57 



Winter 
Term. 



o 



121 



119 



25 
37 
94 



132 



99 



79 



129 



31 
154 



203 



24 

25^ 



21 

161 



39 
44 
68 



'•>» 
'5 

c 

C3 c 
> *± 



Si 



13 
30 
73 



87 



77 



Spring 
Term. 



o 
u 

C 
O 



117 



107 



20 
38 
86 



126 



101 



60 



94 



271 
89 



172 



117 



33 
150 



194 



30 
33 



29 
26 
58 



23 
23 



36 
40 
64 



32 
29 



11 
4; a 

t-, ^ 



85 



85 



9 

32 



Summer 
Term. 



o 

c 
o 



33 

n 



a 



116 94 



110 



64 89 



85 



71 



80 52 



90 



25 
941 



1531 



14 

36 



135 



31 
98 



72 



119 



29 
125 



196 



26 34, 
23 45 
51 61 



21 33i 
19 26 



90 



8 
28 
65 



90^ 



24] 
72 



56 



92 



23 39 
80 180 



154 222 



27 
24 
47 



201 
21 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



41 



BALTIMORE COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



5 


8 


6 


8 


6 


8 


6 


8 


6 


8 


7 


8 


7 


8 


7 


8 


8 


8 


9 


8 


10 


8 


10 


8 


11 


8 


11 


8 


11 


8 


11 


8 


12 


8 


1 


9 


1 


9 


1 


9 


1 


9 


2 


9 


2 


9 


3 


9 


3 


9 


3 


9 


3 


9 


5 


9 


6 


9 


6 


9 


6 


9 


7 


9 


7 


9 


7 


9 


7 


9 


7 


9 


8 


9 


9 


9 


10 


9 


10 


9 


11 


9 


1 


10 



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o 



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140 00 



67 24 



42 75 



71 00 



1451 44 



1832 42 



121 50 



82 75 



8 56 



49 65 



31 64 



1565 00 



1846 13 



181 50 



47 65 
25 50 
46 00 



9 20 
4 00 



10 83 
15 44 
31 06 



8 05 
10 85 



317 75 
500 00 
1080 00 



384 70 
604 88 
1290 74 



18 75 
57 75 
86 25 



57 90 



17 75 



51 50 



33 26 



1505 86 



1824 04 



225 75 



12 50 
240 00 



131 50 



37 21 



A 40 
50 02 



141 70 
200 15 



125 00 
1475 38 



380 56 
2319 79 



17 25 
61 50 



45 55 



8 75 



26 47 



55 08 



1072 98 



1218 40 



54 00 
198 *7S 



204 75 



15 05 



78 12 34 61 



1721 00 



2257 77 



29 00 
138 00 



4 26 
39 74 



19 60 
78 15 



65 08 



500 00 
1480 54 



585 35 
2006 04 



61 50 
122 25 



118 25 



65 04 



89 90 



24 35 



2660 00 



3132 34 



267 75 



36 20 
31 48 
43 00 



8 00 
139 74 



12 30 
16 16 
29 51 



225 46 



420 00 
500 00 
1060 00 



505 06 
590 56 
1620 82 



80 25 
58 50 
123 75 



36 50 
39 89 



5 00 



11 25 

12 731 



422 88 
453 95 



517 55 
512 29 



51 00 
40 50 



• 



42 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



BALTIMORE COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTKNDANCE FOB THE YKAE ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



O 
O 

O 
so 







Name of Teacher. 



Fall 
Term. 



o 

u 
C 

O 



Winter 
Term. 



o 

c 
O 



5 « 

ca c 



Spring 
Term. 



o 
t-, 

c 

O 



«; 

I OS 

1 5 

3) 03 
! 03 c 

1<J 



Summer 
Term. 



o 
O 



^ c 

^ 03 

o: c 



o « 
« a. 



210Effie M. Ebaugh 

3 10 Emma J. Weakley 

310Xellie Waldenberg 

410Isaac Price 

410Effie M. Ebaugh 

5'lO Mollie E. Moores 

TlOMinnie E. Reese 

7 10 Carrie E. Luttgerding. 

8 10 Ida M. E. Riley 

8 10 Nellie Y. Chick 

8 10 Charlotte Miller 

9lO;Nicholas H. Hope 

10:10 Mamie V. Bradley 

10'10'Milla Ensor 

lOilOiOlive L. Smith 

IjUlStephen Muller 

2118. P. Barnette 

2lll|j. Herbert Owens 

2111Ernie ChenoAveth 
3 
3 



11! Arthur C. Crommer. 
lljLaura A. Oorsuch. . , 

41llLiz/.ie R. Taylor 

51l{Nellie Francis 

5 11 Emma K. Dunphy.. 

SlUiBertie Fowble 

6|lljMinuie L. Davis.. . . 

eilliJ. Albert Slade 

e'lljRobert L. Davidson, 
61l!Mav Brooks. 
6 
7 
8 
8 
9 

l(y 
10 
11 
11 
12 
13 

is 

13 



lliKate Numbers 

11 Mary J. Watson 

lljSallie H. Gamble 

ll'Lettie Fox 

lliEmily V. Quinlin 

11 Lineta V. Caples 

11 Ida E. Brown 

ll.Sydney P. Towshend. 

ll'S. Leonora Haile 

UjAnna Cole 

11|L. Laura Wiers 

ll Emma K. Dunphy — 
lllLucy 8. Walters 



41 



30l 43 



36 28' 



51 



40 



36! 26 



18 
116 



15 

89 



36 
63 



45 



19 
120 



34 



27 
50 



40 



35 
69 



32 



40 



30i 36 26 



261 
491 



32; 
58i 



24 
48 



26 



23 
63 



28 
72 



83 



30 
85 



501 



36 
67 



21 
^2 



62 



17 

65 



65 



47 
78 



37 



19 



26 

38 



53 



38 
89 



161 
92' 



22 
113 



15 
84 



421 30! 



27| 
54' 



31! 
611 



18 
64 



19 
111 



16 
89 



26 
70 



92 



29 
99 



73 



68 



83 
89 



75 



21 
58 



23 
48 



42 
86 



28 
89 



58 



16 
64 



31 
53 



27 



14 



41 



19 
31 



85 



42 
105 



35 



21 



20 
41 



56 



48 



27 
78 



28 
84 



57 



40 
104 



261 39 



14 



16 

38 



45 



28 



23 
35 



56 



16 

53 



85 



19 
63 



58 



24 
73 



34 



26 
70 



27 



21 



19 
30 



42 



61 



18 
55 



33 



36 
86 



26 

53 



35 



29 



28 
41 



39 



25 



23 



231 
32 



24 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



43 



BALTIMORE COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 



EXPENSES FOR TEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



d 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10... 

io| 

10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

11 



10 00 



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o 

O 



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I— I 



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d 



CO 
O 



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9 83| 25 14 



34 40 



500 OOi 



687 97 



87 00 



39 50 
28 58 



28 58 



13 35 
12 43; 



14 59 
5 78 



500 00 622 151 70 50 
907 41 1033 65 64 50 



46 01 17 25 



500 00; 



653 85 



99 00 



144 00 



62 52 



18 331 24 76 

52 151 12 50 

i 



440 OOj 
1565 00' 



509 20 
1946 97 



46 50 
158 50 



10 
10 
10 
1 
2 
2 
2 
3 
311 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
711 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
13111 
11 
11 



28 58| 44 21 20 34 
52 05! 28 26 



412 88 
1004 03 



555 35 26 25 
1127 29102 82 



24 00 4 02; 12 15 
39 00 ! 34 92 



455 00 
1053 91 



529 27! 36 75 
1191 87!ll9 25 



56 03 



28 13 



1080 00 



1285 85133 50 



24 49 
55 00 



15 31 7 00 

5 94' 29 84 26 45 



440 OOj 
1080 OOi 



520 90 



39 00 



1282 89 113 25 



49 75 



27 52 



3 90 



890 60, 1054 87 i 68 25 



24 00 
36 00 



22 00 



13 91 
25 60 



34 63 
82 85 



500 00 
1075 32i 



635 48102 75 
1342 87 1 84 75 



24 00 
42 00 



11 43 
1315 



500 00| 
433 '93I 



589 36 75 75 



25 75 
15 00 

39 50 



16 80 
5*00 



526 09 58 50 



18 20 
15 76 

13*90 



450 27 
500 00 

820*31 



536 80 
584 01 

"966*28 



49 50 
88 50 

75*68 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



BALTIMORE COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



O 

o 

SI 

o 

03 



O 

(-1 

B 

525 



Name of Teacher. 



Fall 
Term. 



o 

c 
o 



li 



Winter 
Term. 



o 

c 
o 



t-i a; 



Spring 
Term. 



o 

a 
o 



83 



4J S! 



Summer 
Term. 



o 

c 
O 



03 C 
<1 



C >» 

5t3 



iS'll Camille Chenoweth 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2: 
2 
3 
3 
4 
5 
G 
7 
7 
8 
8 
9 

10 
10 
10 
10 
11 
11 
11 
11 
12 
12 
13 
13 
13 
14 
14 
14 



12!Robert Andrews 

12jEtta D. Brown 

12!Florence Martin 

12 Maggie Shaughnessy 
12 Florence Sullivan... 

12 Emma Johnson 

12;Ella J. Ewing 

12jPatience Johnson... 

12lCecilia R. Riley 

12iKatie Leahy 

12Estelle Davis. 
12 
12 



Georgia T. Hall. . 
SallieM. Cole..., 
12j Winnie Heaphy. . 
12|Eva May Hunter, 
12 Letitia E. Weer. . 
12 Florence O'Dell.. 
12jMay Bottomore. . 
12|Lizzie F. Porter. 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

12iMaggie C. 



Sarah Pielerh 

Nettie Brown 

May Holly 

Ella M. Emory 

Clara V. Marsh 

Welsh. . . , 
l2iCarvinT. Shaffer. . . , 
12|Ella G. German. . . . 

I2ilda Muir 

l2jBessie Street 

12 George W. Ijams. . . 

12 Mary Bayne , 

12|Eva Nicholc 

12| Martha Barry 

12jRosalie E. Gardiner 
12| Annie C. Thompson, 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



Annie M. Meehau. 

Olive L. Smith 

Carrie Schaeffer 

Mary L. Malloy 

Annie E. Hilberg 

Florence Richardson. 



530 388 512 



119 



85 



41 
40 
29 
66 



53 



32 
109 



145 



30 
71 



557 



96 



65 



35 
25 
16 
40 



40 



23 
81 



123 



26 
48 



465 



106 



84 



44 
34 
37 
78 



64 



47 
140 



156 



301 
65 



528 



381 



81 



63 



37 
26 
23 
54 



44 



29 
105 



127 



519 



372 



113, 



83 



79 



54 



44 
24 
34 
77 



468 



114 



286 579 



80 



76 58 



33 43 36 



15 
23 
44 



64 



45 



40 
146 



29 
105 



25 
31 
71 



17 
201 
41 



55 38 



151 



118 



23 30 
45 66 



435 



23 
48 



662 



434 



35 23 
1261 72 



140 120 



29 23 
66 40 



520 403 686 



I 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



45 



BALTIMORE COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



Rent. 


Fuel. 


Repairs. 


Other incidental expenses. 

i 

1 


Furniture, blackboards, 
stoves. • 


Teachers' salaries for the 
year. 


Total expenses. 


Receipts from 


















260 80 


263 75 


347 99 


178 51 


326 64 


5047 12 


6872 65 


11 25 


















































































































































• • • > 


92 25 


44 29 


55 40 


90 75 


1552 66 


1941 80 


90 75 




































43 00 


12 90 


23 55 




1076 60 


1201 31 


176 35 








32 96 
17 25 
23 00 
46 25 


7 30 
5 00 
15 04 
484 10 


11 30 
13 85 
10 00 
22 85 


2219 


500 00 
470 00 
470 00 
873 80 


606 90 
558 70 
550 65 
1696 35 


93 00 
27 75 
57 00 
113 25 








162 08 




59 50 




25 74 




1040 66 


1197 15 


109 50 










32 00 
47 75 


2 30 
1 50 


14 22 
20 90 


16 30 
54 10 


500 00 
1559 39 


663 40 
1805 23 


32 25 
223 92 








































146 00 


242 47 


107 28 


42 70 


1914 77 


2674 33 


293 77 




































* * 6 OC 
















19 5C 

39 5C 


1 

I 18 84 


10 25 
18 10 


18 71 
53 75 


484 62 
887 38 


555 75 
1029 96 


19 75 
41 25 




















23 26 


245 IC 


1 92 73 


197 57 


226 55 


5717 80 


6861 43 


237 65 



















o 
o 

o 

ID 



B 



13 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
21 
2 



11 
12 
12 
12 
12 
2 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



12 
12 
12 
12 
5|12 
12 
712 
7112 
12 



8 
8 
9 

10 
10 
10 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



1012 



11 
11 
11 
11 
13 
13 
13 
13 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



1312 



14 
14 
14 



12 
12 
12 



46 



REPORT OF THE 



BALTIMORE COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Contiuued. 

ATTENDANCE FOK THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



o 
'u 

o 

s 



Name of Teachek. 



Fall 
Term. 



o 

o 



^ c 

IS c 



Winter 
Term. 



o 

G 

o 



aj -t_> 

5« 



Spring 
Term. 



o 

c 
O 



5« 



Summer 
Terra. 



o 

o 



5J 



C 

03 C 

t-l OJ 



3 



12 
14112 
1412 
4jl2 
12 
4112 



Mary E. O'Neill 

Grace S. Bacon 

Mary Todd 

Margueritte A Harney 

Anna J. Godfrey 

Mary Losrue 



12Jacob Weiss. 



12 
12 
4|12 
12 



L5 
'6 
L7 
[7 
L7 
17 
!7 
17 
17 
17 
.7 
[7 
L8 
1 

113 

213 
313 



Elmira Dubbs. . 

Ida Miiir 

Lucy McClure.. 
Kate Hevern. . . 
Hester R. Kroh. 



Corrigan. 
Rogers, 



12 

12Joseph Blair 
Margueritte Price. 
Nannie 
Mollie R. 
Annie R. Meehan. 

M. Keturah Kelly 

12'Elizabetli Fitzpatrick. 

12|Lillian Emory 

12 Etta M. Armstrong. 
12 
12 



14 

48 
365 



39 
94 



36 



Mary E. Sherwood 
Ella M. Merritt.. . . 

13 J. Albert Kalb 

Mary E. Piatt 

Annie C. Cramblitt 

Olivia V. Jones | 25 

13 Monroe Mitchell | 133 

13 Theresa Quinn 

13Julia W. Jones 

13 M. Agnes Dyer 

13 S. Lyttleton Hall. . . 
13 Nellie J. Wellslager 

13 Mary A. Cullen 

13 Roberta Porter 

13 Mollie Wellslager. . 
13 May Brooks 



37 
44 
104 



122 



9467 



11 

37 
321 



18 
50 
370 



27 
75 



14 

42 
323 



22 
49 
350 



41 
90 



24 41 

23! 27 
95 129 



20 30 



37 
67 



93 



44 
92 



124 



31 
70 



17 

42 
301 



27 
46 
334 



16 

29 
278 



36 29 
88 64J 



32 
80 



23 
56 



31 
23 
94 



40 
28 
128 



25 
24 
87 



33 
28 
114 



19 
22 
71 



23 
40 
76 



33 
43 
88 



89 



115 



23 
35 
68 



29 
46 
81 



20 
39 
57 



84 



110 



79 



723210040 7505956769208971 6537 



29 
70 
422 



48 
102 



37 
32 
150 



44 
55 
115 



140 



11966 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



47 



BALTIMORE COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



O 

o 

o 
m 



a 



14 
14 



03 


Fuel. 


Repairs. 


Other incidental expenses. 


Furniture, blackboards, 
stoves. 


Teachers' salaries for the 
year. 


Total expenses. 


Receipts from books. 




































































































































































24 25 
30 25 
246 96 


6 00 


13 00 
35 30 
143 36 




340 00 
465 20 
4980 00 


390 71 
587 38 
5956 68 


28 50 
33 75 
393 00 






63 18 


9 50 


94 09 




































































































































26 75 
62 50 




23 55 
60 13 




500 00 
1080 00 


592 31 
1371 63 


72 75 
205 50 


15 00 


22 00 


33 60 




59 20 
18 50 
125 40 


13 79 
'3616 


21 29 
10 83 
29 98 


23 12 
20 61 
47 84 


485 00 
485 00 
1321 85 


621 88 
636 41 
1631 14 


17 25 
25 50 
47 25. 


64 24 




















26 00 
50 25 
44 00 


39 '09 

5 50 
11 15 


12 25 
21 24 
30 17 


16 53 
28 50 
150 85 


470 00 fi11 .5.^ 


54 00 
. 67 50 
24 00 




550 00 
1080 00 


694 52 
1367 27 








48 84 




33 91 


1 00 


1532 03 


1677 82 


46 60 






































1534 40 


6572 41 


3197 16 


3961 13 


3731 49 


125004 40 


154639 54 


1:2050 08 



1412 



14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 



14112 



15 
16 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
18 
1 
1 
2 
3 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
13 
13 
13 
13 



413 
13 
413 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 



48 



ANNUAL EEPORT OF THE 



BA.LTIMORE COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOE THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



O 
O 

o 
m 



B 
5z; 



Name of Teacher. 



Fall 
Term. 



a» ■)-> 



Winter 
Term. 



o 

c 
O 



<1 



Spring 
Term. 



o 

c 
O 



OS C 



Summer 
Term. 



Of ^ 

^5 



o 

c 
O 



8 
8 
8 
8 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 

10 
10 
11 
11 
11 
11 
12 
3112 
ill2 



Mamie R. Price 

Lulie B. Perkins.. . 
Nina V. Parker.. . . 
George R. Carter. . 

Emma Q. Hall 

Lula M. Watty 

Lottie B. Bloy 

Carrie L. Cook. . . . 
Emma W. Bowser. 

Jennie White 

Leanna Owings, 



Maggie H. McAbee. 



12 
12 



912 



13 
13 
213 



1 
2 



Mary A. Bennett 

A. Elizabeth Chatman. 
Maggie S. Nelson. . , . . . 
A. Delicia Williams. . . 

Annie R. Johnson 

H. Rufus White 

Caroline Ockerme 

Charles A. Redden. . . . 

Sarah E. Young 

Martha E. Owens 

Clara V. Booze 

Laura E. Campbell 

Cornelius Smith 

Mamie L. Gough 

Sadie Galamison 

Laura E. Campbell. . . . 

Louise G. Briscoe 

Sarah E. McGinniss. . . 

Jennie Evans 

Wm. H. McAbee 

John H. Camper 

Ida R. Cummings 

Elzina Perkins 

Grant E. Biddle 

Florence A. Doughlass. 



110 68 



34! 
321 
36j 
35I 
23| 
40i 
15! 
45| 
17 
181 
32' 

44 

4l| 
40| 
89 



2 



70 



24 
19 
22 
26 
16 
29 
11 
30 
11 
12 
20 
19 
27 
20 
32 
58 



41 



43 
25 
15 
27 
24 
15 



33 
29 
16 
32 
87 



32 
17 

6 
16 

9 
10 



30 
71 



1198 



20 
23 
12 
23 
64 



13 
43 



124 



36 
30 
38 
41 
31 
43 
24 
53 
18 
23 
42 
45 
60 
45 
46 
95 



52 



79 



25 
17 
21 
28 
24 
29 
15 
37 
10 
14 
30 
24 
30 
23 
34 
62 



25 



46j 
28 



32 
22 



37 
29 
26 



34 
36 
281 
40 
95 



24 
14 
16 



23 
25 
18 
27 
67 



33 

80i 



7731358 



22 
60 



867 



105 



33 
31 
28 
34 
26 
40 
25 
45 
17 
25 
37 
32 
48 
43 
37 
90 



40 



45 
26 



36 
37 
27 



37 
37 
29 
31 
86 



88 
78 



1243 



70 101 



61 



24j 29 

18i 36 

17| 30 

23 30 
20! 32 
27j 38 
14| 21 

24 40 
9; 12 

14 21 

27i 27 

23; 37 

28, 40 

201 44 

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698 



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STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



49 



BALTIMORE COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

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50 



ANNUAL KEPORT OF THE 



BALTIMORE COVNTY— Statement of ReceipU and Disbursements for 
Public School Purposes, for the Year Ending July 31, 1895. 

Receiptb. 

Balance on hand July 31, 1894 | 313 04 

State school tax 31,684 78 

State free school fund 3,063 90 

State donations 1,200 00 

Paid in error and refunded 31 73 

Amount of levy 1895 for running expense, $130,000 00 

Amount of levy 1895 for building expense, 10,000 00 



Total : $140,000 00 

Fines and forfeitures 1,206 89 

Book fees 13,164 25 

For tuition of Harford county children 321 00 

For tuition of Carroll county children 156 00 

Unexpended balance in erection of school No. 2, district 12. . . . 323 02 

Contribution toward school bells 15 00 

Book fees of children attending schools in Harford and Carroll 

counties 31 75 

Insurance on school No. 1, district 1 36 00 

Levy of 1894: 

Running expenses $86,296 50 

Building expenses 3,000 00 

;Special repairs 3,750 00 

93,046 50 

Levy of 1895 : 

Running expenses $32,500 00 

Building expenses 2,500 00 

35,000 00 

State appropriation to colored schools 5,312 55 



$184,906 41 



BTATB BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



61 



DiSBURBEMENTB. 



Teachers' salaries — white schools $125,004 40 

Fuel 6,572 41 

Incidental expenses of schools 3,961 13 

Rent 1,534 40 

Books and stationery $10,638 55 

Discount 1,811 81* 

9,326 74 

' Building school houses and purchase of lots 4,297 50 

Repairing school houses 3,197 16 

Furniture, black-boards and stoves 3,731 49 

School libraries 100 00 

Interest 951 20 

Insurance - . 1,026 78 

Salary of secretary, treasurer and examiner includ- 
ing traveling expenses 1,900 00 

Salary of assistant 1,000 00 

Attorney's fees 250 53 

Per diem of School Commissioners 600 00 

Office expenses, account books, rent, janitor, pos- 
tage, &c 453 53 

Printing and advertising 796 55 

Stationery, examination papers and blanks 787 97 

Gold medal 5 00 

Attestation of deeds 1 00 

Harford county, for tuition of children for year end- 
ed July 31, 1895 30 00 

Carroll county, for tuition of children for two years 

ended July 31, 1895 186 00 



Paid to Colored Schools. 

Teachers' salaries 11,518 97 

Fuel 855 47 

Incidental expenses of schools 389 00 

Rent of school houses 583 50 

Books and stationery $948 29 

Discount 116 33* 

831 96 

Repairing school houses 22 00 

Furniture, black-boards and stoves 265 34 

Balance cash on hand 4,726 38 



$184,906 41 



♦Discount on books, stationery and furniture, $1,428.14. Outstanding note favor 
of Towson National Bank, $5,000.00; cash In bank, §4,726.62; short, $273.62. Per 
capita cost, $12.10. 



52 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



CALVERT COUNTY. 



Prof. E. B. Prettyman, Secty. State Board of Education. 

My Dear Sir : — I beg to submit to the State Board of Education, the 
Annual Report of the Public Schools of Calvert County, for the year 
ending July 31, 1895. 

Respectful I)'-, 

AVm. C. Somervell, Secty. School Board. 



SUMMMARY OF SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

FOR SCHOOL YEAR Els DING JULY 31, 1895. 

1895. 1894. 



Number of school houses owned by the County, 41 ; rented, 

2; total, 43 43 48 

Frame, 43 43 43 

Number of rooms occupied when the attendance is largest. 44 45 
Number of male teachers (principals), white, 8 ; colored, 3 ; 

total, 11 11 10 

Number of female teachers (principals), white, 17; colored, 

13; total, 30 30 30 

Number of female teachers (assistants,) white, 2 ; colored, 

1 ; total 3 3 4 

Total, white, 27; colored, 17; total, 44 44 44 

Number of fenced lots 7 7 

Number of schools having out-buildings 41 16 

Number of schools having suiRcient blackboards 43 43 

Number of schools having good furniture 43 43 

Number of terms schools were open — white, 4; colored, 4. 
Number of different pupils for the year — males — white, 578; 

colored, 582; to.tal, 1,160; females — white, 493; colored, 

576; total, 1,009 2,229 2,073 

Number of pupils in average attendance, white, 555 ; 

colored, 428 ; total, 983 983 985 

Number of pupils over 16 years of age — white, 23; colored, 

20; total, 43 43 78 

Number of official school visits paid by examiner 84 88 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



53 



SUMMARY OF SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 



NuMBKK OF Pupils. 



On Roll. 



I white, 
f col'd, 

Average ) white, 
attendance j col'd, 



Fall Term 
903 
698 

562 
367 



1,501 



929 



Winter Term. 

976 
1,058 

600 
512 



2,034 



1,112 



Spring Term. 

Ill 1'876 

537 
425 



Summer Term 
873 



962 



754 
520 
406 



1,627 
926 



1895. 1894. 

Number of pupils in 1st grade January 1st 644 629 

2d " 401 382 

3d " 405 317 

4th " 321 308 

5th " 211 190 

6th 84 58 

above 6th " 17 10 

Number of pupils in book-keeping, 23; algebra, 57; physiology, 112' 
geometry, 4; philosophy, 53 ; drawing, 8; Latin, 9. 



54 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



CALVERT COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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Nannie Parran 

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Marion Dorsey 

Gertrude Bowen 

Annie Coster, asst. . 
Marion R. Duke.. . . 

T. E. Lattimer 

Sue E. Joyce 

Lydie B. Duke, asst^ 
Bessie Hutchens. . . . 

Cora Scrivner 

Daisy Turner 

M E. Freeland 

C. C. Bird. 
2Josephine Belt. 
M. L. Ireland. 
Thos. H. King. 
Vacant 
E. Y. Kent, 
Jno. F. Ireland, Jr. 
J. F. Duke. 
Maud Hardesty . . . 
Susie Sunderland. 
Addie A. Smith... 

Bettie Talbott 

Wm. M. Wells. .. 



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21 
30 
11 
22 
26 
35 
102 



21 
17 
21 
6 
18 
18 
19 
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24 



20 
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26 



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30 
12 

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20 
19 



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31 

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17 
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19 
19 

562 



41 
21 
32 
13 
31 
32 
43 
107 



32 
42 



17 
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48 
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55 
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44 
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36 
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42 

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35 
31 
27 
32 
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520 



STATE BOA.RD OF EDUCATION. 



55 



CALVERT COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOR TEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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56 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



CALVERT COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOK THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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Jessie Coberth 

Mary L. Gwinn 

Lula Wilkerson 

Lucy E. Davis 

Lyda Duvall 

Emma Jones 

Selina Wallace 

Maria Gross, asst 

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30 
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35 
35 
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STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



57 



CALVERT COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

BXPENSKS FOB YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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58 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE STA'IE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

CALVERT COUNTY— Statement of Receipts and Disbursements for 
Public School Purposes, for the Year ending July 31, 1895. 

Receipts. 

Balance on hand July 31, 1894 $ 2,236 76 

State school tax 5,183 90 

State free school fund 1,089 76 

State donations 1,200 00 

County school tax 12 cents on the $100, for 1894 1,475 19 

Countv school tax 12 cents on the $100 for 1893 800 00 

Amount of levy, 1894 $2,475 94 

State appropriation to colored schools 3,375 06 

Oyster license 1,766 69 



$17,127 36 

Disbursements. 

Teachers' salaries — white schools $ 9,263 04 

Fuel 373 23 

Incidental expenses of schools 75 30 

Rent 30 00 

Books and stationery , 25 56 

Repairing school houses 104 85 

Salary of secretary, treasurer and examiner 667 05 

Per diem of School Commissioners 300 00 

Office expenses and account books 38 61 

Printing and advertising 20 00 

Paid to colored schools 4,187 66 

Balance cash on hand 2,042 06 

$17,127 36 



CALVERT COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOLS— and Disburse- 
ments for the Tear ending July 31, 1895. 

Receipts. 

Amount received from State Treasurer $3,375 06 

Amount received from County School Board 812 60 



$4,187 66 

Disbursements. 

I*aid for teachers' salaries $3,795 40 

Incidental expenses 81 73 

Rent 28 75 

Fuel ... 136 23 

Black Boards, Stoves, etc 74 52 

Repairs 121 03 

$4,187 66 



60 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



CAROLINE COUNTY. 



SUMMARY OF SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



FOR SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JULY 61, 1895. 





1895. 


1894. 


Number of school houses owned by the county, 68 ; rented 






2; total, 70 


70 


68 




70 


68 


Number of rooms occupied when the attendance is largest. . 


85 


84 


Number of male teachers ( principals), white, 3; colored 13; 






total, 16 


16 


12 


Number of female teachers (principals), white, 48 ; colored. 






6; total, 54 


54 


57 


Number of male teachers, (assistants), colored, 2; total, 2. 


2 




Number of female teachers, (assistants), white, 14 ; total, 14. 


14 


15 




86 


84 




65 


64 




68 


68 




62 


60 


Number of terms schools were open — white, 3^; colored, 2f . 






Number of different pupils for the year — white, 2,820 ; col- 






ored, 1,086; total, 3,906 


3,906 


3,874 


Number of pupils in average attendance, white, 1,520; col- 






ored, 489; total, 2,009 


2,009 


2,086 




169 


166 



NUMBER OF PUPILS. 



Fall Term, 

-D n \ white, 2,236 « ^'70 
On Roll.. I^^j,^' 'ggg 3,072 

Average j white, 1,468 ^ 
attendance ( coFd, 485 ' 



Winter Term. Spring Term. Summer Term 

3,550 2,467 g ^gg 1^589 

1,331 



995 
1,635 
536 



2,171 



631 



1895. 



1,589 
1,331 



Number of pupils in 1st grade, Jan, 1st 1,011 

2d " " 520 

3d " " 594 

4th " " 604 

5th " " 384 

6th " " 212 

above 6th, Jan. 1 250 

Number of pupils in book-keeping, 91; algebra, 221; physiology, 413; 
geometry, 63; philosophy, 115 ; Latin, 90. ^ 



1894. 
1,077 
616 
605 
494 
361 
217 
191 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



61 



CAROLINE COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 
School Houses Built or Enlarged Dueinq the Year. 



t No. of SchooL 1 


District. | 


1 

MateriaL 


Cost. 


Length. 


Width. 


Height. 


Square feet of 
Blackboard. 


Outbuildings. 


Fences. 


' Cost of Furni- 
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5 


8 


Frame. 


$500 00 


26 ft. 


24ft. 




14ft. 


220 


Yes. 




$90 00 



62 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



CAROLINE COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOB THE TEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



Name or Teacheb. 



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iJoanna Valliant 

1 Jennie M. Smith, Prin, 
iMary H. West, Ass't.. . 

1 Minnie Noble 

lAddie L. Wilson 

1 Mary O. Roe 

2 George W. I3etson, Jr.. 
Gertrude Clark. ....... 



Sue H. Kurtz, Prin 

Sallie C. Draper, 1st Ass't.. . 

2llva Lowe, 2d Ass't 

2 Mary Butterworth, 3d Ass't. 
2Leacy Roe 

J. W. Gibson 

Mary Dawson 

Maud Greer, Prin 

Ida G. Marshall, 1st Ass't. . . 
2iMary J. Fisher, 2d Ass't . . . 

2E. Tola Nichols 

3|Addie M. Whiteley 

3 Fannie J. West 



Sarah A. Collins 

3 Kate D. Ramsdell 

3 Katie K. Hobbs, Prin 

3 Lizzie E. Pippin, 1st Ass't. . 

3 May L. Fisher, 2d Ass't 

3 Mamie Downes, 3d Asst. . . . 

3 Bertie Noble 

3Gussie Smoot 

3 Susie E. Sisk 

3 Mamie T. Horsey 

3Stella S. Todd 

3iLillian T. Greene 

3Maranda Holbrook 

^'Minta H. Todd 

4Myrtie L. Gootee , 

4!Aiice D. Dick 

4I Annie Howard 

4!Ella M. Harrison 

4 J. Watson Thompson, Prin., 

4!Belle Percy, 1st Ass't 

4!Ella Whiteley, 2d Ass't 



50 
82 



15 
61 
22 
32 
27 
157 



30 
60 



5 
30 
12 
12 
20 
104 



47 
77 



32 
65 



41 
87 



18 
70 



23 
35 
21 
124 



27 
21 
44 
14 
36 
180 



22 
35 
41 
23 
38 
59 



28 
27 
37 
52 
31 
94 



6 

40 
29 20 
49 16 
31 19 
161 114 



15 26 11 



9 
77 
28 
35 
26 
158 



21 
11 
90 



15 
16 
34 
8 
24 
130 



15 
25 
36 
14 
24 
33 



16 
15 
18 
29 
22 



491 27 
261 11 



131 



41 

35 
47 
13 
40 
197 



17 
35 
40 
30 
42 
75 



33 
26 
53 
67 
44 



74! 106 



102 



25 
21 
33 
10 
26 
127 



12 
28 
30 
15 
28 
43 



19 
18 
36 
39 
25 
721 



27 
51 
20 
129 



39 
36 
49 
12 
35 
179 



17 
36 
40 
23 
39 
67 
30 
28 
24 
59 
66 
39 
104 



26 
73 



23 
68 



5 
45 
14 
15 
18 
117 



45 
15 
18 
22 
125 



12 
32 
12 
93 



17 
19 
29 
7 
21 
122 



11 
26 
29 
12 
22 
37 
20 
19 
14 
48 
42 
21 
77 



15 
26 
14 
88 



13 
20 
31 



28 
124 



16 
26 
32 
12 
22 
35 
21 
21 
16 
35 
44 
22 
82 



STiLTE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



63 



CAROLINE COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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64 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



CAROLINE COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE lEAB ENDING JTTLY Slst, 1895. 



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Lizzie E. Wright 

Mamie J. Whiteley 

Winnie Griffith 

May C. Fluharty 

Bertha M. Nichols 

Mary S. Stafford 

Lulu B. Gullett 

Dollie E. Kelley 

Minnie Everngam , 

Nellie R. Gullett 

Blanche Noble, Prin 

Sallie B. Mowbray, 1st Ass't, 

Dora Noble, 2d Ass't 

Mary Fluharty 

Mary H. Moore 

Mattie A. Chase 

Lizzie Whitby 

Catharine Hackett, Prin. . . . 

Bessie Deekins, Ass't 

Hattie Dukes 

M. M. Dukes 

Minnie Fields 



35 
52 
30 
16 
32 
39 
50 
35 
41 
37 
42 
96 



16 
31 
48 
18 
75 



24 
30 
31 



2236 



20 
36 
20 
10 
20 
25 
35 
25 
21 
21 
24 
78 



44 
52 
39 
24 
30 
45 
50 
52 
53 
47 
43 
110 



26 
37 
25 
12 
20 
30 
24 
28 
38 
28 
28 
79 



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1 
12 
25 
10 
59 



25 
37 
47 
19 
88 



14 
19 
24 
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58 



15 
23 
20 



28 18 



33 
34 



1468 



25 
19 



255516352467 



40 
54 
38 
21 
30 
42 
51 
46 
47 
40 
45 
104 



26 
42 
22 
8 
17 
26 
34 
23 
30 



21 

33 



17 
31 
21 



26 

33 
32 
25 
24 



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26 
78 



28 
37 
45 
18 
79 



17 
18 
21 
10 
67 



27 
30 
35 



19 
21 
21 



25i 
86 



19 
16 

22 



59 



17 
17 

28 



21 
22 
29 
22 
18 
12 
21 
74 



15 
14 
14 



51 



16 
14 
22 



44 
58 
42 
24 
33 
47 
55 
54 
55 
48 
49 
116 



20 
39 
55 
21 
91 



31 
35 
38 



1604158913312820 



J. 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATIOX. 



65 



CAROLINE COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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6 


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13 
14 
12 
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15 
11 
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10 
8 
9 

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60 
25 
60 
41 
45 
45 
55 
72 
41 
25 
80 
80 



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4 



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85 

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206 78 
206 82 
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191 00 
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215 72 
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20 
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25 
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190 90 

191 40 
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206 82 
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<>6 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



CAROLINE COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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Chas. E. Hemsley 

George T. Carney 

J. W. Fenderson 

Clara H. Elbert 

Georgiana Lear 

John T. Butler, Prin 

Chas. B. Bailey, Ass't.. . 

Samuel H. Nutter 

Daniel T. Staten 

Annie E. Monroe 

Annie D. Friend 

Levi G. Brown 

E. H. Jolly 

W. W. Johns 

John H. Griffin 

Basil Washington, Priu, 
John T. Prattis, Ass't.. . 

Minnie E. Webb 

W. W. Fractions 

W. H. Pollard 

Mary B. Truxon 



69 38 



40 
77 
36 



11 

52 
29 



94 57 



321 15 
26 17 



45 
31 
26 
46 



22 
16 
11 
28 



221 12 
22 13 
78! 47 



22 
73 
57 
40 



12 
54 
31 
20 



68 
19 
54 
71 
44 
112 



45 
35 
47 
32 
35 
55 
29 
12 
79 



42 
9 

30 
49 
40 
64 



37 



29 



51 
51 
44 
43 



31 

38 
35 
36 



16 
16 
23 
11 
15 
28 
21 
9 
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18 
20 
26 
18 
22 
42 
31 



15 
15 
21 
10 
12 
31 
141 



74 



51 



27 
97 
73 



12 
45 
37 



61! 32 



20 
53 
41 
40 



13 
31 
32 
27 



8361 4851 995 536 



631 



441 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



67 



CAROLINE COUNTY^-COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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68 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



CAROLIISrE COJJ'^TY —Stateme}it of Receipts and Dhbnrscments for 
Public Sclwol Purposes, for the Year Ending July 31, 1895. 



Receipts. 

State school tax $ 6,818 31 

State free school fund 1,507 51 

State donations 400 00 

Amount of levy $11,000 00 8,000 00 

Interest on Investments 543 07 

Sales of books by teachers 750 97 

State appropriation to colored schools 2,477 72 

Balance county levy of 1893 4,300 00 

Academic fund 800 00 

County high school appropriation 300 00 

Sales of books at office 366 33 

Sale of old school house, ^'o. 11, E. D. 3 15 00 

Sale of old school house, Xo. 7, E. D. 5 11 00 

Rent from Hillsborough Academy 18 00 



$26,307 91 

Disbursements. 

Balance due to Treasurer, July 31, 1894 $ 148 54 

Teachers' salaries — white schools 14,522 03 

Fuel 1,070 98 

Incidental expenses of schools 233 66 

Rent 30 00 

Books 1,188 46 

Building and repairing school houses 1,116 63 

Furniture and stoves 330 44 

Interest 93 52 

Salary of secretary, treasurer and examiner 1,000 00 

Per diem of School Commissioners 293 60 

Office expenses and account books 69 07 

Printing, advertising and stationery 188 00 

Paid to colored schools 2,803 91 

Insurance 154 38 

Library Donations 100 00 

Freight and Hauling 58 38 

State and County Associations 78 00 

Attorney's fees 5 00 

School supplies 255 81 

Tcmpleville Joint School 300 00 

Note paid in bank 2,000 00 

Office rent ' 65 00 

Balance cash on hand 202 50 

$26,307 91 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



69 



CAROLINE COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOLS— Receipts and Disburse 
merits for the Year ending July 31, 1895. 



Receipts. 

Amount received from State Treasurer % 2,477 73 

Amount received from County School Board 600 00 

Balance due treasurer August 1, 1895 2,228 43 



$ 5,306 15 

Disbursements. 

Paid for teachers' salaries $ 2,389 18 

Incidental expenses 28 51 

Building and repairs 120 25 

Fuel •. 204 82 

Stoves And furniture 61 15 

Balance due treasurer, August 1, 1894 2,502 24 

% 5,306 15 



70 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



CARROLL. COUNTY. 



Westminster, Md., October, 1895. 

Prof. E. B. Prettyman, 

Dear Sir : — I liave the honor to herewith submit the Annual Report of 

the Public Schools of Carroll County, Maryland, for the year ending July 

31, 1895. , 

Yours very truly, 

George A. Davis, Secretary. 



SUMMMARY OF SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

FOR SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 

1895. 1894. 

Number of school houses owned by the County, 116 ; rented, 



11; loaned, 7; total, 133 133 133 

Frame, 36; brick, 78; log, 10; stone, 9, 133 133 

Number of rooms occupied when the attendance is largest. 160 159 
Number of male teachers (principals), white, 76 ; colored, 6 ; 

total, 82 83 82 

Number of female teachers (principals), white, 44; colored, 

6; total, 50 50 44 

Number of male teachers (assistants,) white, 11 ; total, 11. . 11 11 

Number of female teachers (assistants,) white, 19 ; total, 19. 19 15 

Total, white, 150; colored, 12; total, 162 163 162 

Number of fenced lots 14 14 

Number of schools having out-buildings 133 133 

Number of schools having sufficient blackboards 131 130 

Number of schools having good furniture 131 129 

Number of terms schools were open — white, 3; colored, 3. 3 3 
Number of different pupils for the year — males — white, 3,567 ; 

colored, 239; total, 3,806; females — white, 2,824; colored, 

191; total, 3,015 6,821 6,940 

Number of pupils in average attendance, white, 4,025 ; 

colored, 208 ; total, 4,253 4,253 4,238 

Number of official school visits paid by examiner 83 



STATE BOARD OF EBUCATION. 



71 



-SUMMARY OF SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 



Number op Pupils. 



Fall Term. 



On Roll, 



) white, 5,182 ~ ^ 
ycol'd. 



Winter Term. 
G,141 



Spring Term. 



882 ^'•'^^^ ^411 6'^^^ ^309 ^'^^^ 



Summer 
489 



38 



18'; 



1895. 

Number of pupils in 1st grade January 1st 1,949 



2d . 

3d 

4th 

5th 

6th 

above 6th 



1,336 
1,469 
796 
585 
203 
50 



Term. 

489 



Average ) white, 3,829 . ^^^q 4,561 . ^c^q ''^»'^44 .» ^y,. 401 
attendance f col' d, 199 ^'^"^ ^'^"^^ ^'^'^^ 



Number of pupils in book-keeping, 211 ; algebra, 288; physiology, 
geometry, 50 ; philosophy, 250 ; drawing, 4,328 ; Latin, 2. 



1894. 

969 
1,003 
1,260 
1,396 
927 
595 
27& 

1,659; 



72 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



CARROLL COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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1 J. Albert Angel 

lEthvarcl S. Harner 

1 Henry C. Wilt 

1 Clayton M. Copenhaver 

iLevi D. Reicl 

1 Sadie E. Snyder 

1 G. 3Iay Forest 

1 Harry L. Feeser 

IjAnna Elliott 

llWllliam E. Burke 

llHanson O. Harner 

2 Jessie R. Matthews 

2ldaMering 

2 Nettie D. Ecker 

2 Jesse F. Billmyer 

2T. Clvde Roulson 

2John''E.Null 

2 Wm. R. Unger 

2Ma2:gie G. Haifley 

2E. Lee Erb 

2iAbram L. Williams 

2 Charles Bittle 

3 Ida S. Essich 

3,J. Frank Byers 

3 A. Lizzie Byers 

3 M. Theodore Yeiser. . . 

3Edward H. Tasto 

SElizabeth Tingling 

3 Thomas J. Koontz 

3 Charles R. Hesson 

3 Albert J. Bemiller 

3W. Louis Fleagle 

3 James J. Harner 
3Herbert 
4|W. W. Shamer 

4 A. Theodore Brady 

4 Hilda E. Crass 

4 J. Franklin Switzer 
4 Percy S. Barnes. . . 
4iRose B. Senseney. . 
4[John W. Sellers'. . 



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36 30'. . 

53 3ll.. 

55 40.. 



44 30 



22 



STATE BOAKD OF EDUCATION. 



73 



CARROLL COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



1=1 
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1 


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1 


7 


1 


8 


1 


9 


1 


10 


1 


1 


2 


1 


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9 


9 


3 


2 


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2 


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2 


5 


2 


6 


2 


7 


2 


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2 


9 


2 


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3 


2 


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2 


3 


3 


3 


4 


3 


5 


3 


6 


3 


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11 


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14 ll! 50; 5 25 

18 61 1 OOi 10 55 3 54 

19 75! 10 94| 7 57' 

16 80! 16 16: 4 84 1 15 

60 86 7 70i 27 02: 



240 


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288 


63 


8 


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210 


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235 


86 


4 25 


240 


00 


273 


70 


6 


30 


270 


00 


308 


26 


2 


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210 


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248 


95 


2 


00 


780 00! 

1 


875 


58 


22 


15 



40 00 



21 54 
17 84 
14 44 
10 56 
44 26 



6 26 
2 75 
2 43| 
25! 
18 90' 



13 06 
11 94 

6 25 

7 00, 
20 85 



17 25i 



1 50 



270 00, 
210 00 
240 OO! 
270 00: 
474 00, 



328 11 
242 53 
263 12 

329 31 
658 01 



70 

70 



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17 

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23 15 
45 03 



27 34 


79 Oil 


21 33 


17 


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22 62| 


9 06 






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292 71 25 39 
514 99 60 32 



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261 27 

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290 24 
298 93 
206 06 

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80 



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18 75 



23 


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: 210 


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239 


34 


11 


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48 


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8 








180 


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222 


85 


7 


26 


36 


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2 


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254 


17 


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9 


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240 


67 


14 77 


19 


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2 


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1 


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210 


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238 


30 


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210 


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52 


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270 


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295 


33 


11 


63 


21 


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1 


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210 


00 


234 


64 


11 


00 


21 


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2 


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6 


36 






210 


oa 


239 


99 


5 


38 


23 


04 


3 




12 


53 


3 34 


240 


00 


282 


36 


37 


30 


13 


00, 




50 


14 


94 






270 


00 


298 


44 


39 


30 


27 


29: 


1 


50: 


10 


82 


3 


50i 270 


00 


313 


11 


15 


65 


13 


50, 




45 


11 


38 


1 


25j 210 


00 


236 


58 


46 


12 


40 


80 


49 


87; 


15 


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13 


66 


456 


00. 


575 


94 


82 


41 


24 OOj 


6 


10 


11 


99 


5 


50 


270 


00 


317 59 


32 


89 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



CARROLL COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOB THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31. 1895. 



O 
O 

o 



a 

d 

5zi 



Name of Teacher, 



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7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
11 
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3 
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4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
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10 
10 
11 
12 
13 
1 
1 
1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
12 
1 
1 
1 



4 Mary E. Henry 

4Marj E. Polster 

4 Ida L. Cauthorn 

4 George H. Caplc. . . . . 

4 Anna M. Barnes 

4iKison K. Knox 

4|Rev. S. S. Henry 

5|Mariou J. MeSwiney. 

5 Fannie L. Slasman. . , 
5 Amanda >[. Nutting . 

5 John E. Koons 

5 Ada V. Bond,, 



5 George W. Hess. 



5 Elsie Dorsey 

5jGrove J. Shipley 

5jlrving G. Rineliart . . , 

5jW..W. Jenkins 

5 J o s h u a L e a L h r w o o d . 
5jLillian H. Trayer.. . . , 
5 Margaret A. Carter. . , 
5'Mattie E. Gillis 

5 S. Ella Shipley 

6 Jacob P. Balto/er. . . 
()G. W. J. Everhart. . . 
6 Emma Y. Shower.. . . 

6 Noah Peterman , 

6 Laura M. Burns , 

6 William O. Abbott. . 

OEmma E. Cox 

GiEmma C. Lorringer. , 

6H. B. Bur goon 

G Chas. W. Nace 



6iEli W. Burgoon 



34 
18 
80 

48' 
59 



19 
15 
20 
38 



41 

32 
39' 
56 



37 59 



8 

16! 
25 
21 
58 



30 
23 
24 
46 
47 



5' 12 9 
14| 21 13 
19' 34 20 
20 



15 33 
40: 68 



45 
49 
42 
61 
80 



38 
22 
30 
106 



56 



221 
33 
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32[ 
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59 



46 



41 

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56! 
65 
86 



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29' 19 

30! 21 

411 28 

46' 35 

55 38 



11 71 

171 11 ' 

32j 201 

27| 18: 

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21 
35 
28 
40 
32 
64 



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36i 28 
58 
43 
85 



181 17 



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28 
17 
23 
87 



45 

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27 341 16' 

23! 36! 22' 

25! 30; 23 

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32 



71| 53 



52' 37 60 45 52 

33 27 41 [ 30! 37 251 

33 271 41 ! 34; 38i 28! 

60 43; 701 48l 64 42| 



34 
47 



18 
21 



6 Lou V. Palmer 

6 Carrie E. LaMotte 

6 Marie L. Shower. 

6Efhc M. Palmer 

6Celia M. Shower ' 51 

6 Cora E. Lambert . . . 

7|Simon P. Weaver I 217 

7 George F. Morelock !. . . . 

7Mrs. M. A. McGirr |. . . . 



18 431 30' 42 251 
29 
15 

13 21! 18; 20| 181. 

15 32! 23 321 16'. 

43, 60 50i 57i 451. 



53 331 421 20 
37' 25i 37 23 



175 225 176 197 



163' 69; 56 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



75 



CAKROLL COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS- Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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4 


6 


5 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


7 


6 


8 


6 


9 


6 


10 


6 


11 


6 


12 


6 


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1 


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1 


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21 50 

19 50 

20 75 
10 70 

21 66 



1 00 

3 73 
21 77 



1 26 



2 65 

3 60 
11 20 
17 13 
19 02 



12 
13 80 



2 40 



13 39 

14 88 
14 00 
31 75 



23 50 



18 50 



5 61 
9 33 
9 51 
25 04 



1 00 



35 00 



180 00 
210 00 
210 00 
240 00 
388 00 



75 00 
210 00 
210 00 
250 00 
555 00 



205 


15 


30 55 


236 


95 


21 76 


277 


52 


23 92 


267 83 


52 25 


432 


34 


30 74 


75 


00 




252 


50 


20 66 


235 


21 


84 46 


273 


51 


31 82 



665 29 20 30 



18 75 
24 37 
21 03 
30 51 

19 25 
16 25 



50 
3 37 
1 11 

21 81 
15 64 



5 75 
10 05 
16 50 
5 70 
7 42 
21 77 



2 70 



270 00 
225 00 
270 CO 
210 00 
240 00 
470 00 



295 00 13 65 

^262 79 

308 64 

246 21 

288 48 

626 36 



18 50 
9 00 
16 25 
90 62 



6 77 
25 



3 77 



17 07 
11 26 
4 58 
25 61 



3 00 



21 36 



210 00 
250 00 
210 00 
945 00 



252 34 
273 51 
230 83 
1086 36 



15 88 



3 59 



3 30 



4 00 



305 00 



331 77 



40 00 



16 89 
15 89 
22 60 
9 00 



7 75 
100 75 
61 81 



9 60 
8 09 
7 15 
14 21 



15 18 



240 00 
270 00 
210 00 
406 00 



16 50 
28 96 
15 50 
15 00 
26 54 
23 00 



1 

122 



00 
79 



9 57 



04 
00 



19 88 



1 50 
50 
6 75 



10 25 
14 95 
3 75 



2 40 
'38*06 



210 00 
270 00 
210 00 
240 00 
210 00 
410 00 



266 49 
316 91 
340 50 
491 02 



237 07 
448 67 
229 50 
266 75 
251 99 
485 90 



91 17 



37 62 



59 69 



1410 00 



1636 54172 26 



76 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



CARROLL COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



O 

o 
c 

CO 



?5 



Name of Teacher. 



1 
1 
2 
2 
3 
41 
5 
6 
6 
7 
8 

10 

111 
12! 
l| 
2 
2 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
G 
7 
8 


10 

11 
1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
1 
2 
2 



7ilda F. Lockard 

7 Carrie L. ]Moiircr 

7 A. W. Buckino-lian. . . 
7 Anna M. Mikeseil 

7 Mary H. Staiisbiiry . . . 
7 J. W. Slaugcnbanpt. . 

7iClara L. Smith 

7jJesse S. Myers 

7: Virginia Reese 

7jMark Yingling 

7!Minnie Summers 

7;Frank M. Hymiller. . . 
7|Marion J. Abbott 

7, Grace Ilockensmith. . . 
7jMabel E.* Buckinghan. 
8 Joseph H. Hoffman... 

8; John W. Croft 

8iM. Hollo way Utz 

8iJohn A. Zepp 

8jThomas Tipton 

8;David A. Ebaugh 

8, John VV. Abbott 

8|T. M. Buchman 

8 Joel Sykes 

8 J. Howell Taylor 

8!Frank Lawson 

8:Harvey R. Arnold. . . . 

8 Jennie Bucher 

8 Joseph F. Croft 

HjChas. F. Stansbury. . . 

8;Charles Reed 

OjLewis A. Koontz 

9: Walter L. Frazier 

OlMattie J. Ecker 

9:Georgie L. Zepp 

OlJacob Farver 



9, Wesley F. Barnes 
9 George W. Chase. 
lOTheodore M 

lOlBenj. Leister 

10| Alice M. Eppley.. 
SllOiCarrie Hasbaugh. 



Buffington, 



Fall 
Term. 



o 

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Winter 
Term. 



o 



101 



23 
26 
28 
47 



76 



19 
22 
22 
34 



21 

35 
39 
50! 
29j 
29 
33 
63 



20 
24 
29 
39 
23 
20 
26 
42 



33 
155 



25 
127 



43 



43 
32 
21 
27 
35 
32 
32 
28 
53 
40 
48 
48 
46 
28 
54 



102 



28 
32 
38 
57 



28 
42 
51 
64 

35 



Spring 
Term. 



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85 



22 
26 
23 
45 



21 
30 
37 
46 
27 



98 75 



26 
31 
29 
54 



37! 25 



37 
81 



30 
59 



24 
30 
48 
58 
33 
31 
28 
77 



47 32i 
177 146 



43 



33 
21 
17 
20 
24 
25 
25 
20 
35 
19 
37 
38 
34 
18 
34 



35 



44 
38 
29 
44 
38 
48 
37 
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61 
48 
50 
50 
54 
36 
58 



40 



49 



31 
29 
23 
31 
28 
31 
29 
22 
45 
26 
34 
33 
32 
28 
44 



85 



36 
167 



65 



37 
36 
29 
36 
34 
38 
36 
33 
46 
35 
45 
46 
40 
29 
54 



36 



19 
18 
18 
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23 
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20 
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124 



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31 
28 
21 
23 
23 
23 
26 
18 
31 
19 
29 
36 
25 
20 
37 



80 



82 



17 
16 



88 



14 



26 



108 



30 
33 
83 
57 



28 
48 
51 
64 
42 
37 
38 
81 



47 
193 



57 



48 
39 
29 
44 
89 
43 
39 
34 
62 
49 
60 
52 
57 
43 
61 



44 



STATE BOAKD OK EDUCATION. 



77 



CARROLL COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR TEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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240 00 
270 00 
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23 82 
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18 85 
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7 42 
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5 53 

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11 66 
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62 82 



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24 


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7 


55 


27 


26 


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85 


12 


25 




50 


17 


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1 


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20 


10 


9 


88 


18 


18 


2 


92 


21 


81 


1 


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17 


53 






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74 


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21 


13 


50 






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43 


94 


13 


75 


2 


15 


19 


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85 


17 


81 


16 


70 


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72 


11 


67 


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40 



11 47 18 82 

3 00 
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4 93 
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15 21 
6 75 

18 20 
8 07 



7 25 
12 25 
1 09 



240 00 
240 00 
270 00 
210 00 
270 00 
270 00 
210 00 
384 90 



210 00 
1035 00 



360 00 



276 49 
296 19 

270 89 
534 83 

274 51 

271 90 
304 09 
248 84 
311 18 
294 49 
253 50 
469 79 



242 85 
1130 33 



398 05 



5 00 
'515 



210 00 
270 00 
210 00 
180 00 
180 00 
180 00 
240 00 
270 00 
270 00 
210 00 
270 00 
210 00 
240 00 
240 00 
455 00 



244 11 
318 04 
231 04 
218 68 
205 98 
210 03 
266 35 
294 98 
328 60 
244 30 
332 58 
241 11 
272 77 
292 71 
511 61 



22 88 
32 41 
11 90 
89 66 

25*86 
6 50 
50 66 
28 75 
85 68 
14 88 
88 64 
26 12 



7 42 
96 37 



54 88 



58 67 
31 60 
12 85 
29 18 
80 74 
27 55 
12 50 

18 25 
6 38 
8 45 

12 18 

19 50 
8 85 

29 12 
54 93 



2 75 16 00 



270 00 



335 04 15 13 



78 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



CARROLL COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE "SEAR ENDING JI'LY olst, 1S95. 



O 
O 

o 

OQ 



;3 



o 
a; 



Name or Teacher. 



10 

10 

10 

11 

11 

11 

11 

11 

11 

11 

11 

11 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

131 

131 

13 

13 

13 

13 

13 



James B. Gait 

Joseph H. Harner 

William J. Arthur. . . , 

Robert E. Barnes 

Allie Frounfelter , 

Mrs. Laura S. Sellman, 

Chas. W. Otto 

Hannah M. R. Shunk. . 

Daniel G. Pfoutz 

J. Edward Murray.. . . 

Mrs. M. R. Forney 

William E. Keefer 

William J. Crabbs 

Alva O. Reid 

Marj'- O. Davids 

Lula E. Norris 

Frank R. Palmer 

Cor3'don M. Dorsey. . . . 

Lizzie A. Warfield 

Jennie Selby 

Nannie F. Spurrier. . . 

Harvey Dorne 

Bessie Mering 

Mollie Runkles 



Fall 
Term. 



o 

c 

O 



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Winter 
Term. 



o 

c 

C 



24 
35 
28 
71 



29 
24 
36 
21 

33 



104 



31 
46 
33 
18 
37 
40 
94 



33 



5182 



15 35 

27 55 

24 35 

55 81 



5 <y 
sec 

Si o 



25 
41 

28 
69 



25 33! 28 

20 371 27 

25 441 35 

14 26i 20 

33: 26 



23 

23 34 

, ..I 29 

81 109 



22 29 
36 52 
25 35 
11 18 
82 44 

23 38 
73 89 



23 



36 



31 
23 
91 



Spring 
Term. 



o 

c 
O 



31 
46 
33 
74 



34 
29 
41 
22 
31 
34 
26 
92 



22 
38 
23 
12 
37 
27 
76 



25 
33 
25 
18 
46 
35 
76 



28 34 



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5>ummer 
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c 
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21 
32 
25 
61 



24 
17 
28 
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26 
20 
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24 
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24 



30 



20 
28 



489 



23 



34 
37 
44 
26 
43 
36 
29 
111 



14 



17 
14 102 



401,6391 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



79 



CARROLL COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



CARROLL COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOK THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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5jMaria Jolley 

7|Mary E. Brown 

7 Jessie E. Braxton. . . 

Tjjeremiah Butler 

9lElina G. Dorsey 

9 J. Edward Dotson. . . 
lljAnthony A. Jackson. 

12jHarry C. Harps 

ISjGeorgie Costley 



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430 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



81 



CARROLL COUNTY— COLORED SCPIOOL STATISTICS 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 5j., 1895. 



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S2 



ANNUAL REPOKT OF THE 



CARROLL COUNTY — Statement of Beceipts and Dishursem-mit^ for 
Public School Purposes, for the Year ending July 31, 1895. 

Receipts. 

Balance on band July 31, 1894 $ 65 39 

State school lax 14,561 09 

State free school fund 2,302 95 

State donations, Academic fund 200 00 

County school tax cents on the $100 29,450 00 

Amount of levy $30,000 00 

Interest on investments 10 00 

Book Fees, including tuition for non-resident pupils $508 50 3,959 94 

Sale of Books 90 85 

State appropriation to colored schools 1,312 53 

Sale of U aneytown ground rents 250 00 

License fees 4,470 97 

Rent of room at Manchester 13 00 

Rent of room at D. P. Creek 20 00 

Temporary loans 8,500 00 



$65,206 72 

Disbursements. 

Teachers' salaries — Avhite schools.. $34,921 90 

Fuel 2,851 30 

Incidental expenses of schools 1,235 68 

Rent 213 75 

Books and stationerv, including $1,950, balance due 

on book acc't of year ending July 31, 1894 6,490 72 

Building school houses 1,621 20 

Repairing school houses 1,300 26 

Furniture black-boards and stoves 485 75 

Interest 1,435 45 

Salary of secretarj", treasurer and examiner 1,100 00 

Salary of assistant 700 00 

Per diem of School Commissioners 600 00 

Office expenses and account books 184 05 

Printing and advertising - 106 00 

Paid to colored schools 2,487 25 

School libraries 20 00 

Freight, drayage and postage 162 31 

Institutes and associations 16 52 

Counsel fees 100 00 

Charles B. Bogus, treasurer Baltimore County School 

Board, interchange pupils 156 00 

E. L. Boblitz, treasurer Frederick County School 

Board, interchange pupils 10 00 

Water right at Baile's school house 5 00 

Debt, part payment on note 400 00 

Repayment, temporary loans 8,500 00 

Balance cash on hand 103 58 

$65,206 72 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



83 



CARROLL COUNTY— COLORED SCROOLS— Receipts and Disburse- 
ments for the Tear ending July 31, 1895. 



Receipts. 

* 

Amount received from State Treasurer ." $1,312 53 

Amount received from County School Board 1,002 79 

Amount received from book fees 171 93 



$2,487 25 

Disbursements. 

Paid for teachers' salaries... $2,058 00 

Incidental expenses 73 54 

Rent 40 00 

Fuel 203 68 

Repairs 108 30 

Furniture 3 78 

$2,487 25 



84 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



CECIL COUNTY. 



Elkton, Cecil Co., Md. 

Prof. E. B. Phettyman, 

My Dear Sir: — Herewith find a statement of the Schools of Cecil 
County. In a large degree it explains itself. 

The insurance embraces all houses and furniture, and covers a period of 
five years from January 13, 1895. 

When the judges appointed the School Commissioners, their term began 
in January, and it has been our custom to pay their per diem at the close 
of the year; now that the Governor appoints, the term begins in August, 
and we have deemed it best to settle y^ith them to July 81, 1895. In this 
way Messrs. Everist and Ash have been paid during this school year for 
twenty months, i. e., January 1, 1894 to July 81, 1895. They have not 
been paid over one hundred dollars for any twelve months, this explains 
the per diem being over $300.00. During the year we made a change in 
some of our books; for the old books exchanged we received a gross sum. 
I have charged to schools the amount of bill rendered by Messrs. Mediary 
& Co., as sent to each school — while I have charged myself with the 
amount actually paid to Messrs. Mediary & Co. 

We have trouble to secure competent colored teachers ; in fact do not get 
them, are forced to take the best we can get. 

Our scholars have decreased owing to the Tome Memorial School. 

Yours truly, 

George Biddle. 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



85 



SUMMARY OF SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



FOR SCHOOL TEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 

1895. 1894. 

Number of school houses owned by the county, 88 ; rented 

5; total, 93 93 93 

Frame, 78; brick, 10 ; stone, 5 93 

Number of rooms occupied when the attendance is largest. . 120 120 
Number of male teachers ( principals), white, 10 ; colored 3 ; 

total, 13 13 12 

Number of female teachers (principals), white, 69; colored, 

12; total, 81 81 80 

Number of male teachers, (assistants), white, 1; total, 1... 1 
Number of female teachers, (assistants), white, 33 ; colored, 

3; total, 36 36 35 

Total, white 113; colored, 18 ; total 131 131 131 

Number of fenced lots 48 

Number of schools having out-buildings 93 

Number of schools having sufficient black-boards 93 

Number of schools having good furniture 93 

Number of terms schools were open — white, 3 7-11 ; colored, 

3 7-11 ; or September 1, 1694 to June 2, 1895 

Number of different pupils for the year — males — white, 2,210 ; 
colored, 367 ; total, 2,577 ; females — white, 2,223 ; colored, 

360; total, 2,583 5,160 

Number of pupils in average attendance, white, 2,701 ; col- 
ored, 290; total, 2,991 2,991 

Number of pupils over 16 years of age — white, 138; colored, 

19; total, 157 157 

Number of official visits paid by examiner, 168 to white, and 
29 colored 197 



NUMBER OF PUPILS. 

Fall Term, Winter Term. Spring Term. Summer Term. 

t^T^ Roll i ^''^^^ S 885 ^'^^^ 4 230 ^'^^^ S 965 ^'^^^ 3 277 

On Koll.. ^col'd, 520 "^'^^^ 604 576 ^'^^^ 445 "^'^^^ 

Average j white, 2,449 ^ ^.^.o 2,701 o noq 2,257 « n^r. 2,060 « ofrn 
attendance] col' d, 354 '^'^"^ 388 '^'^'^^ 371 ^'^'^^ 290 

1895. 1894. 

Number of pupils in 1st grade, Jan, 1st 868 841 

2d " " 606 702 

' " 3d " " 699 672 

4th " " 778 836 

- " " 5th " '« 770 770 

6th " " 465 399 

" " above 6th, Jan. 1 80 150 

Number of pupils in book-keeping, 74; algebra, 166; physiology, 772; 
geometry, 13; philosophy, 139 ; drawing, 451 ; Latin, 5 ; Greek, 5. 



86 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



CECIL COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



ATTENDANCE FOR TUE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



Number of school. 


Election district. 


Name of Teacher. 


Fall 
Term. 


Winter 
Term. 


Spring 
Term. 


Summer 
Term. 


Number of different 
pupils for the year. 


On roll. 


Average daily 
attendance. 


On roll. 


Average daily 
attendance. 


On roll. 


Average daily 
attendance. 


On roll. 


Average daily 
attendance. 


1 
1 


1 


Elizabeth Husfelt 


40 






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41 


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9 


1 


Bell R. Galbraith 


22 




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19 


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8 


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22 


15 


30 


19 


26 


15 


26 


16 


33 


9 


1 




34 


26 


47 


28 


4o 


31 


34 


26 


52 


1 


2 


Annie Cohet 


11 


9 


12 


8 


9 


6 


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23 


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37 


30 


43 


32 


41 


24 


31 


25 


47 


4 


2 


Sadie T. Nicholl 


33 


26 


29 


25 


25 


19 


26 


22 


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5 


2 


Milton S. Harper 


150 


116 


142 


120 


153 


124 


132 


105 


222 


5 


2 






















5 


2 






















5 


2 


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5 


2 




















6 


2;:Mrs. Milly V. Wamsley 


21 


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16 


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16 


9 


18 


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19 


1 


3 


May Morrison 


38 


29 


38 


26 


30 


16 


26 


19 


50 


2 


3 


Katharine G. Miller 


52 


30 


65 




65 


27 


53 


29 


73 


2 


3 






















3 


3 George A. Steele 


342 


253 


336 


257 


335 


241 


307 


228 


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Helen A. McCauley 


28 


22 


33 


23 


31 


22 


26 


15 


40 


5 


3 


Mary Cook 


32 


25 


36 


32 


35 


23 


22 


17 


39 


6 


3 


Mary E. Jacquette 


19 


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21 


13 


20 


10 


17 


12 


23 


7 




60 


; 46 


70 


53 


57 


30 


55 


33 


83 


7 


3 


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8 


3Hattie Evans 


36 


25 


36 


24 


28 


14 


24 


14 


41 


9 


3|Lottie A. Gamble 


28 


21 


36 


26 


25 


16 


24 


16 


41 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



87 



CECIL COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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271 81 
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346 58i 27 50 
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284 75 
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332 72; 
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657 98 5 00 



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72 041 2814 05! 3390 66212 00 



23 99 
19 90 



22 63' 



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8 75' 
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5 34 
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6 61 



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1 95' 



307 81 
279 82] 
256 55; 
580 71' 



394 65; 27 00 

362 72; 15 50 

275 35; 5 50 

659 15i 21 00 



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290 00 



345 33' 28 30 
354 42 22 00 



ss 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



CECIL COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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16 
28 
212 



3' Anna Cook ; 26 

4 Emma B. Jacquette 

4 Mary E. Harlan Ass't 

4;Rachel Harlan 

4 Libbie M. Hays 

4; May West, Ass't 

4iMarv Scott 

4lBertlia Biddle 

4;Mary C. Anderson , 

4 Elsie M. Strahorn, Ass't 

4| Helen S. Tuft 

4iEmma L. Henderson , 

4|Arrie M. Xowlaud , 

4jJennie P. Anderson , 

4'Margaret E. Johnson, Ass't, 
5iMary E. Brumtield 

5 Frank Gardner 

5iFlorence R. Clark , 

5jNettie M.. Clark 

5 E. B. Fockler 

5 Maj^gie P. Lackland. Ass't. , 
5 Minnie Alexander, Ass't. . . , 
5 Rachael S. Evans, Ass't. . . , 

5 Ruth McCracken, Ass't 

SMattie Wal*ner, Ass't 

5 Maggie A. Clark, Ass't 

5' Flattie J. Mahone}' 

5 Bertha Hodge 

5] Annie R. Williams 

5 Annie E. .Jackson. 

5'Susie (t. Smith 

5'Mary J. ^Mahoney 

5:H. Louise Owens 

6 Maude V. Thompson 

6;Blanch M. Bond 

6,Mrs. M. A. Palmer 

6'Eva L. Bricklcy 

6 Annie C. Keen 

6;M. Emma Haines , 

eiElla R. Haines, Ass't | 

6R. Jannette Reynolds ' 31 

6.Eleanor Jenuess 38 



201 36 27; 371 20 
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31: 20 

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72! 56 58 50' 92 



171 23i 20 

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21! 16 21 17' 27 

26 14i 19 16i 54 

31; 24 26 2li 34 

61 50, 54 48 69 



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10' 
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26 
31 
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36 
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39 
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197! 137 156 93 252 



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STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



89 



CECIL COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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90 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



CECIL COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

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6 Ada Tosh, Ass't 

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7 Martha Biddle 

7 Mary E. Patten, Ass't 

7|Sallie buckle, Ass't 

71 Annie Quinn, Ass't 

7'Ella M. Staats 

7 Hannah VVhitelock, Ass't, 

7 Beningna Holm 

7lHeba Buckley 

7iThomas E. Foran 

7 Bell H. Vanneman 

8!John L. Crothers 

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8|Eiiiily B. Hanna 

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9 Mary W.Cameron 

9;Sally R. Miller 

9 Annie R. Sidwell 

9 Ethel R. Hartenstine. . . . 

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9 Lizzie S. Paul 

9 Anna M. Johnson 

9 Eleanor Nesbitt 



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STATE BOARD OF EDCCA''IOy. 



91 



CECIL COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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92 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



CECIL COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOK THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895, 



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W. A. Patterson.. . . 
Traville P. Dickson, 
May L. AVoodland. . 



Maggie E. AValker 



Gertrude Shay 

Kesiah Alexander, Ass't... 

Clara Green 

Maggie L. Brown 

Maggie D. Reese 

Emma V. Thomas 

John J. Wilson I 63 

Lizzie D. SnoAvden I 39 

Amos Henderson 46 



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STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



95 



CFXIL COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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94: 



ANNUAL KKPORT OF THE 



CECIL COUNTY — Statement of JReceipts and Disbursements for Pvhlic 
School Purposes^ for the Tear Ending Jvly 31, 1895. 



Receipts. 

Balance on hand July 31, 1894 $ 2,856 37 

State school tax 11,188 35 

State free school fund 1,855 07 

County school tax cents on the $100 32,000 00 

Amount of levy .'$32,000 00 

Book tees 3,039 65 

State appropriation to colored schools 2,296 14 

Tax on dogs, 1894 160 65 

Tax on dogs, 1895 389 00 

Error paid to Com. White 1 00 



$53,786 23 

DlSBUnSEMENTS. 

Teachers' salaries — white schools $33,766 71 

Fuel 2,197 85 

Incidental expenses of schools 530 62 

Rent 118 92 

Books and stationery 4,927 24 

Repairing school houses 1,342 11 

Furniture, black-boards and -stoves 495 86 

Salary of secretary, treasurer and examiner 1,250 00 

Per diem of School Commissioners* 396 65 

Office expenses and account books 80 11 

Printing and advertising 126 32 

Paid to colored schools 5,536 86 

Libraries 100 00 

Counsel salary 100 00 

Institutes, white, $82.98, colored, $13.20 96 18 

Insurance, five years 678 01 

State teachers' association 10 00 

Balance cash on hand. . 2,032 79 

$53,786 23 

♦Twenty months for Messrs. Everist and Ash. 



CECIL COUNTY— COLORED \^Q]1001j^— Receipts and Disbursements 

for the Tear ending July 31, 1895. 

Receipts. 



Amount received from State Treasurer $ 2,296 14 

Amount received from County School Board 2,972 52 

Book fees 268 20 



$ 5,536 86 

Disbursements. 

Paid for teachers' salaries $ 4,229 24 

Incidental expenses 31 53 

Rent 115 70 

Fuel 365 52 

Books and stationery 524 34 

Other purposes 270 53 

—% 5,536 86 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



95 



CHARLES COUNTY. 



SUMMMARY OF SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

FOK SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 

1895. 1894. 

Number of school houses owned by the County, 71 ; rented, 

2; total, 73 73 71 

Frame, 72; log, 1 , . 73 71 

Number of rooms occupied when the nttendance is largest. 73 72 
Number of male teachers (principals), white, 18; colored, 2; 

total, 20 20 18 

Number of female teachers (principals), white, 29 ; colored, 

26; total, 55 55 53 

Total, white, 47; colored, 28 ; total, 75 75 72 

Number of fenced lots 3 3 

Number of schools having out-buildings 12 11 

Number of schools having sufficient blackboards 50 47 

Number of schools having good furniture 56 52 

Number of terms schools were open — white, nearly 4; 

colored, over 3 

Number of different pupils for the year — males — white, 748 ; 

colored, 747; total, 1,495; females — white, 581; colored, 

811 ; total, 1,392 2,887 3,051 

Number of pupils over 16 years of age — white, 62; colored, 

73; total, 135 135 121 

Number of official school visits paid by examiner 23 60 

Number of Pupils. 

Fall Term. Winter Term. Spring Term. Summer Term. 

On Roll I white, 1,146 o o^l ^^^'^ ^ Aoa I'^l^ „ lof? 986 « ^.-.q 

Un Koll.. j-^^p^^ ^,Uol ^,4:^b ^ 3^3 2,49b ^^^^3 2,089 

Average [ white, 681 . ^ 639 . 009 640 620 . 

attendance i" col' d, 559 ^'"'^^ ' 743 ^^'^^'^ 781 ^'^^^ 655 ^'^^^ 

1895. 1894. 

Number of pupils in 1st grade January 1st 617 782 

2d *' 328 407 

" 3d " 381 408 

" 4th " 369 438 

5th " 250 241 

6th " 137 129 

" above 6th " 23 27 

Number of pupils in book-keeping, 15; algebra, 73; physiology, 307; 
geometry, 16; philosophy, 55 ; drawing, 282; Latin, 4. 



96 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



CHARLES COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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Birdie C. Pennington. 

1 Lizzie A. Howard 

Clara Semmes 

2F. G. Bibby 

2 Jennie Hanson 

2 Geo. E. Medley 

2 Wm. F. Brawner 

2 Jessie F. Rison 

3M. E. Hodges 

8 Katharine Brown 

3 W. A. Smith 

3R. Early Baden 

3 Bernice Halley 

4 Mattie L. Brooke 

4 Maggie M. Dyer 

4 Annie C. Raley 

4 Sue H. Keich 

4Thos. M. Carpenter. . , 

4 Lizzie A. Luckett 

{Katharine Howard... 

Sbla B. Martin 

5 H. Clay Deut 

5|M. R. Stone 

5| Martha A. Perry 

6:Elizabeth F. Mitchell. 
6Edith T. Albrittaiu. . 

6 Lillian S. Harrison. . . 

6jL. M. Monroe 

61 Annie E. Edelen 

6|W. E. W. Kowe 

7|Cec(!lia Halley 

7 James G. Banting. . . . 
7lMabel Robey 

jW. Pinkney Hawkins. 
7|M. A. Carpenter 

8 B. S. Pennington 

iClara V. Dyson 

SjBirdie C. Pennington. 
i\V. Pinknev Hawkins. 



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STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



97 



CHARLES COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

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1 50 



58 
80 
40 
1 50 



75 
1 35 

1*53 



272 22 
272 22 
272 22 
272 22 
272 22 
267 05 
272 22 
272 22 
272 22 
270 86 
272 22 
272 22 
223 06 



282 12 

281 62 

282 42 

276 11 
282 32 

277 02 
282 72 
286 22 
281 30 
280 66 
280 62 
285 17 
236 46 



3 95 



187 50 
272 22 

293*98 



191 25 
284 07 

'365 51 



1 60 



2 00 



1 90 



7 



-98 



ANNTJAL EEPORT OF THE 



CHARLES COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOB THE TEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



O 
O 

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Name of Teacheb. 



Fall 
Term. 



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Winter 
Term. 



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Term. 



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Summer 
Term. 



o 
1-1 

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3 
4 
6 
6 
7 
8 
1 
2 



8 Mary Mudd. 
8S. S. Mudd. 

B. A. Davis. 
F. D. Mudd. 
J. H. Ward. 
8John J. Darg. 

9 John F. Ticer, 
9F. D. Mudd. 



21 14 
14 9 



42 
41 
26 
19 
36 
45 

1146 



32 
24 
18 
12 
19 
33 

681 



18 
17 
41 
24 
18 
12 
19 
33 

1159 



12 
10 
30 
40 
26 
20 
37 
46 

639 



17 
17 
40 
36 
28 
19 
27 
43 

1118 



10 
8 
23 
23 
16 
12 
17 
35 

640 



16 
12 
41 
41 
28 
14 
29 

42 

I 

986 



10 
9 
29 
24 

e 

11 
19 
30 

620 



21 
19 
46 
48 

2y 

20 
46 
46 

1331 



STATE BOAKD OF EDUCATION. 99 
CHARLES COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 



EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



Number of school. 


Election district. 


Rent. 


Fuel. 


Repairs. 


Other incidental expenses. 


Furniture, blackboards, 
stoves. 


• Teachers' salaries for the 
year. 


Total expenses. 


Receipts from books. 


3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
1 
2 


8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
9 
9 




9 00 
9 00 

7 50 

8 50 

9 00 
9 00 
8 00 

13 00 




1 05 
60 
1 18 




272 22 
272 22 
272 22 
265 01 
272 22 
272 22 
272 22 
272 22 


282 27 
285 52 
412 79 
284 81 

283 97 
282 27 
280 47 
316 34 


3 45 

4 65 


3 70 
114 19 
11 30 
2 50 




17 70 


25 
1 05 
25 








5 35 
46 10 






14 72 


16 40 




12 50 


379 00 


311 71 


31 22 


106 44 


12117 39 


12958 26 


152 16 



100 



ANNUAL BEPORT OF THE 



CHARLES COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOB THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



91 



B 

55 



T3 

c 



Name of Teacher. 



1 1 Mary C. Bush 

2 1 Kathleen Frazier. . . 

1 2 Nannie M. Cox 

2 2 Henrietta Dorsey... , 

3 2H. C. Harrison 

1 3 Elizabeth A. Carter. 

2 3 Frances A. Thomas. . 

3 3 Jane M. Hawkins.. . , 

4 3 Amelia McDaniel 

2 4S. E. Piper 

Susie E. Green 

3 4 Josephine (jrillem. . . 

4 4Isabelle Smith , 

5 4 Annie B. Jackson . . , 

1 5M. L. Greene 

2 5E. M. Moore 

1 6 Laura Battles 

2 6 Florence E. Gillem. 

1 7 Mary L. Edelen 

2 7 Mary A. Stewart 

8 7C. F. Matthews 

4 7 Sarah E. Carroll 

1 8J. H. A. Schureman, 
M. C. Frazier 

2 8 Mary J. Yates 

3 8 Josephus Pattison. . , 
8 Catharine E. Clarke, 

8 Lillian C. Wade.... 

9 Addie Chapman .... 
C. W. Butler 

9 Carrie E. Proctor . . . 



Fall 
Term. 



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45 
21 
46 
51 
22 
24 
17 



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Term. 



Summer 
Term. 



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46 
38 
34 
35 
35 
21 
54 
27 
22 
39 
14 



38 
16 
25 
23 
26 



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23 
28 
13 
27 
33 
11 
18 
14 



45 
29 
26 
28 
14 
10 

9 
40 
18 
15 
26 

7 



23 
12 
16 
17 
13 



15 



559 



63 
34 
47 
46 
34 
50 
56 
23 
26 
23 



88 
50 
43 
96 
37 
36 
22 
75 
55 
24 
43 
58 



60 
46 
36 
31 
28 



42 



1267 



32 
26 
35 
27 
23 
81 
34 
17 
16 
17 



70 
33 
29 
51 
19 
14 
12 
42 
26 
17 
29 
19 



85 
38 
53 
51 
48 
32 
58 
38 
29 



93 C 

< * 



o 

c 
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5 « 



20 16 



29 
27 
16 
19 
15 



18 



91 
45 
59 
100 
44 
38 
28 
72 
55 
28 
46 
57 



57 
48 
52 
41 
16 



16 



748 1372 



31 
31 
16 
37 
30 
22 
31 
21 
18 



74 
31 
31 
45 
22 
20 
13 
48 
28 
22 
36 
32 



30 
21 
21 
27 
29 



41 



(81 



73 
39 
54 
50 
40 
20 
3 

33 
25 
16 



82 



60 
28 
49 
26 
26 
59 
50 
26 
36 
37 



73 u 



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36 
32 
25 
31 
30 
16 
29 
19 
19 
12 



64 

28 
20 
13 
17 
18 
31 
37 
19 
35 
16 



42; 25 
48! 24 



54 
28 
29 



28 
16 
13 



411 12 



1103; 655 



100 
40 
54 
57 
50 
57 
74 
34 
31 
25 



93 
48 
60 
100 
61 
70 
37 
89 
61 
33 
56 
57 



62 
48 
54 
23 
41 



43 



1558 



BTATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



101 



CHARLES COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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4 
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7 
7 
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10 00 



7 50 
5 00 

8 25 

9 00 
5 25 
8 25 

8 00 

9 00 
9 00 
9 00 
9 00 



44 37 
"*4"56 



14 67 



5 37 



2 40 



00 
21 
86 
721 
54 
45 
37i 
20 
65 
20 



7 32 



224 62 
101 85 
192 12 
190 92 
192 12 
192 12 
192 12 
187 48 
192 12 
190 99 
192 12 



276 39 
107 85 
206 08 
201 78 
198 09 
200 91 
223 56 
197 85 
206 69 
210 64 
203 72 



9 00 
11 25 
9 00 
10 00 
9 00 
3 00 
8 00 



1 87 
3 40 



55 



3 83 



25 
59 
75 
32 
1 40 



7 33 



151 64 
137 57 
188 65 
192 12 
188 70 
192 12 
210 18 



163 06 
206 77 

197 90 
202 71 

198 45 
195 44 
230 73 



9 00 
5 00 
16 25 



3 10 

3 36 



1 12 

05 



192 12 
192 12 
190 04 



202 24 
200 27 
209 65 



10 00 



12 00 
9 00 

8 50 
7 50! 

9 OOj 

"**9*6o 

240 75 



4 06 

'l'42 

9 13 

1 85 



152 98 



65 
20 



98 
17 61 



14 67 



192 12 
192 12 
192 12 
192 12 
190 27 

"19212 

5281 28 



208 18 

201 77 

202 24 
208 75 
201 12 

"262 io 

5717 36 



102 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



CHARLES COUNTY —Stateinent of Receipts and DisbursemenU for 
Public School Purposes, for the Year ending July 31, 1895. 

Receipts. 

State school tax $ 7,897 54 

State free school fund 1,133 57 

State donations 400 00 

County school tax 12 cents on the $100 4,352 87 

Amount of levy $4,190 00 

Amount of loan from bank 2,000 00 

Ojster fund 361 32 

Book Fees 152 16 

Sale of Books 187 00 

Unexpended balance 1,238 36 

Amount from State treasurer 5,851 21 

Book sales from depository 40 00 

Other sources 24 08 

Sales of books from teachers ■ 70 85 

Amount refunded from bank 54 55 



$23,763 51 

Disbursements. 

Balance due from treasurer, July 31, 1894, (overdrawn.) $ 188 41 

Teachers' salaries — white schools 12,117 39 

Fuel 379 00 

Incidental expenses of schools 31 22 

Rent 12 50 

Books and stationery 603 94 

State teachers' association 10 00 

Repairing school houses 311 71 

Furniture black-boards and stoves 100 44 

School libraries 110 00 

Interest and discount 56 84 

Amount paid bank 2,000 00 

Salary of secretary, treasurer and examiner 71 30 

Salary of ex-examiner 280 73 

Salary of book salesman 20 00 

Per diem of School Commissioners 60 00 

Janitor 27 00 

Office expenses and account books of examiner 12 78 

Office expenses and account books of ex-examiner. . . 106 62 

Printing and advertising . 127 00 

Miscellaneous 87 

Teachers' salaries — colored. 5,281 38 

Incidental expenses 17 61 

Rent 10 00 

Furniture, (stoves) 14 64 

Fuel 240 75 

Repairs 152 98 

Books, furniture, &Q, 234 98 

Ex-examiner's salary 202 32 

Per diem of School Commissioners 75 00 

Balance cash on hand 900 10 

$23,763:51 



8TATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 103 

CHARLES COUNTY— COLORED ^CROOhS— Receipts and Disburu- 
menu for the Year ending July 31, 1895. 

Receipts. 

Unexpended balance of previous appropriation $1,238 36 

Amount receired from State Treasurer 5,851 31 

Sales of books from depository 40 00 

Sales of books from teachers 70 85 

Other sources 24 08 

Amount refunded 54 55 



$7,279 05 

DlSBURSEMBNTS. 

Paid for teachers' salaries $5,281 38 

Incidental expenses 17 61 

Furniture, (stoves) 14 64 

Rent 10 00 

Fuel 240 75 

Repairs 152 98 

Books and stationery ... 234 98 

Ex-examiner's salary 202 32 

Per diem of Commissioners. 75 00 

Balance cash on hand 1,049 39 

$7,279 05 



iTATK BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



DORCHESTER COUNTY. 



SUMMMARY OF SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

FOIl SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 

1895. 1894. 



Number of school houses owned by the County, 111 ; rented, 

1; total, 112 112 115 

Frame, 115; brick, 1 •. . 116 

Number of rooms occupied when the Pttendance is largest. 139 134 
Number of male teachers (principals), white, 25 ; colored, 26 ; 

total, 51 51 50 

Number of female teachers (principals), white, 54; colored, 

13; total, 67 67 76 

Number of male teachers (assistants), colored, 1 ; total, 1 . . . . 1 3 
Number of female teachers (assistants), white, 24; colored, 

4; total, 28 28 13 

Total, white, 103; colored, 44; total, 147 147 141 

Number of fenced lots 6 6 

Number of schools having out-buildings 90 84 

Number of schools having sufficient blackboards 104 104 

Number of schools having good furniture 118 111 

Number of terms schools were open — white, 3; colored, 2. . 
Number of different pupils for the year — males — white, 2018; 
colored, 979; total, 2,997; females — white, 1841; colored, 

852 ; total, 2,693 5,690 5,607 

Number of pupils in average attendance — white, 2,200; col- 
ored, 883 ; total, 3,083 3,083 3,137 

Number of official school visits paid by examiner, 263 to 

white schools; 40, colored 303 



Number op Pupils. 

Fall Term. Winter Term. Spring Term. Summer Term. 

r\ T» u } white, 3,318 i 3,403 f. ooq 3,879 . r, 51 
On Roll.. [col'd, 1,242 ^''^^^ 1,825 ^'^^^ 1,461 ^'^^^ • 

Average [ white, 2,223 a qor 2,148 o aoq 2,229 01,.^. 45 
attendance f col'd, 762 ^'^^^ 940 ^'^^^ 946 ^'^^^ 

1895. 1894. 

Number of pupils in 1st grade January 1st 1,274 1,230 

*' 2d 888 830 

" 3d " 990 1,004 

4th " 826 851 

" 5th " 701 653 

" 6th " 373 394 

" above 6th " 199 207 

Number of pupils in book-keeping, 41 ; algebra, 86 ; physiology, 248 ; 
geometry, 36; philosophy, 121 ; drawing, 117; Latin, 80. 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



105 



DORCHESTER COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 
School Houses Built or Enlarged During the Year. 

























1 No. of School 


District. 


MateriaL 


Cost. 


Length. 


Width. 


Height. 


Square feet o 
Blacltboard. 


Outbuildings. 


Fences. 


Cost of Furni 
ture. 




8 


Frame. 


$114 66 


20 ft. 


16ft. 


8 ft 




No. 


No 























* For colored scliool. 



106 



AJ^NUAL REPORT OF THE 



DORCHESTER COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR SNDINQ JULY 31, 1895. 



O 

o 



B 



Name of Teacher. 



Fall 
Term. 



o 

c 
O 



ss C 



Winter 
Term. 



o 

c 
O 



3 

<1 * 



Spring 
Term. 



o 
fi 

c 
O 



5 « 

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Summer 
Term. 



O 



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(1 

2 eu 

d 

^5 



1 IC. Hobbs 

2 1 W. W. Harper 

3 1 W. H. Collins 

4 1 W. Mowbray 

1 E. A . Trice & Ass't 

6 1 A. E. Marshall 

IT. W. Wheatlev & Ass't. 

2iWm. P. Beckwith 

Alice Webster 

Ida Bramble 

2M. Turpin 

2 Jennie Jacobs 

2iB. W. Holland & Ass't.. . 

2ilndia Smith 

3R. M. Hamilton 

3 P. F. Butler 

3'H. a. Johnson 

3C. C. Bell 

3:Mrs. A. Taitt 

41 3S. C. Delaha 

3 Nellie Percy 

6 3L. D. Willson 

7 3'Hettie Lirman 

1 4,Ella Cator 

2 4'fiizzie Jones 

3 4!Bernard Spicer 

4 4'V. C. Carroll 

1 5|L. Vickers 

2 S W. B. Smith 

3 51. M. Geoghegan 

4 5|T. S. Insley 

5 5 C. McNamara 

1 6!C. R. Mills 

2 6iG. W. Creighton & Ass't. 

3 6:W. Harrington 

4 6 P. F. Insley 

5 6 A'irginia Wright 

6 6S. M. Brohawn 

1 7E. C. Harrington 

1 7F. IT. Fletcher 

1 7C. Woolford 

1 7 A. Dashiell 



31 
45 
27 
37 
63 
31 
56 
108 



16 
30 
15 
21 
46 
20 



34 
47 
35 
38 
82 
34 



40 60 

84: 104 



20 
28 
14 
21 
58 
22 
39 
72 



41 


23 


50 


25 


13 


27 


56 


36 


66 


21 


13 


30 


16 


15 


15 


36 


31 


36 


36 


27 


34 


28 


16 


36 


25 


20 


22 


20 


lOj 21 


20 


14 21 


32 


20! 28 


35 


21 


37 


19 


12| 19 


24 


11 


25 


26 


10 


24 


35 


25 


41 


21 


10 


19 


31 


18, 36 


30 


19' 27 


59 


31 


64 


30 


13| 34 


26 


12 


27 


62 


45 68 


39 


22 


41 


34 


20 


31 


21 


13i 22 


28 


19 


1 30 


85 


77! 48 



38 18 

42 22 

33 151 

30 15 



66 
32 
65 
113 



46 
20 
41 

85 



25 
141 
50l 
20i 
14| 
29| 
24i 
19! 
14 
11 
15 
22 
28 
9 

10 
10* 
25 
7 
28 
15 
34 
15 
10 
38 
23 
14 
11 
15 
70 



55 25 

27i 16 

631 45: 

29 22 



11 
35 
37 
30 



11 
28 
29 
1 



24 19 

2l| 13' 

23' 17 

301 231 

35 24 
19 10! 

26 101 
18 10 
41i 28 
231 13 

36 26 

28 15i 
62 361 

29 11 

27 10! 
56 37 
36 20 
27 13 
18 11 
27 14 
80 69 



51 



45 



35 
48 
40 
42 
85 
34 
71 
127 



55 
27 
72 
30 
16 
38 
36 
41 
25 
21 
24 
33 
42 
20 
33 
29 
42 
25 
36 
38 
66 
36 
30 
68 
43 
34 
22 
32 
90 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



lOT 



DORCHESTER COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOB YEAB ENDING JULY 31fet, 1895. 



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3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
7 
7 
7 
7 



18 00 
16 50 
10 37 
29 78 

14 30 

15 25 
44 14 



1 50 

2 05 



3 75 
3 17 
6 00 



9 69 
2 36 
23 15 

1 90 

5 00| 

2 17 
8 89! 
2 70 



50 



1 50 



232 60 
240 00 
210 00 
210 00 
398 18 
219 40 
418 50 
851 43 



242 68 
265 02 
252 35 
225 39 
436 08 

243 22 
450 00 
918 12 



16 
13 
17 
16 
46 



70 
45 
86 
34 
49 



50 



11 
17 
7 
9 
8 

18 
14 
15 
16 



25 
60 
50 
00 
50 
50 
50 
10 
00 



6 
5 
1 

11 



90 
38 
00 
25 
12 
80 
50 



1 90 

3 43 
1 85 

56 
8 26 

35 



00 
95 

00 

33 



13 
11 
10 
16 
3 
9 
18 
10 
12 
11 
7 

124 



35 
10 
25 
95 
37 
25 
80 
05 
95 
00 
40 
80 



3 82 
1 30 

4 45 



5 90 



2 40 
45 



5 60 



27 
19 
70 
25 
75 
40 
60 
06 



70 

2 95 

3 66 



95 
25 
30 



1 55 
13 20 
1 10 



3 63 
3 43 
2 66 
5 67 
60 
15 79 



2 48 



2 47i 
18 



70 
15 



25 50 



210 00 

191 40 
375 26 
195 00 
300 00 
240 00 
240 00 
195 00 
193 80 
195 00 
210 00 
207 20 
225 00 

192 72 

193 80 
192 80 
210 OOi 
192 60l 
195 00| 
210 00! 
287 50 

191 40 
195 00 
412 32i 
225 00 
201 40 

192 80 
195 00 



232 94 
210 05 
406 46 

217 68 
365 25 
246 80 
241 12 
216 57 
227 26 

204 60 
225 80 
222 34 
252 10 

215 66 

216 66 
215 70 
286 34 
213 79 

218 61 
224 54 
335 23 j 
201 50 1 
206 91 i 
454 21 I 
237 88 1 
234 30 I 

205 50 
213 75 
160 57 



11 23 
14 52 
35 20 

12 20 
16 24 
12 23 
19 69 
19 67 



360 00 
270 00 



360 00 
370 00 



108 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



DORCHESTER COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



O 

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o 

e 



t=3 



Name of Teacher. 



1 7 P. Staplefort 

1 7M. K. Molu, Prill 

S. W. Dail 

M. W. Bjrn 

Mrs. Stapleforte 

K. Jackson 

2 7V. Robinson 

3 7M. F. Hearn 

4 7 May Walker 

5 7S. C. Jones 

6 7 Misses Woodrow & Corner.. 

7 7W. H. Brvan & Ass't 

8;M. C. North. 

2 80. F. Spedden 

3 8:Misses Purnell & Applegarth. 

4 8IB. Bradshaw 

5 8|A. Mace 

6 8|Misse& Dail & Hallowell 

1 9'Miss Jacobs & Ass't 

2 9!B. B. Smith 

3 9 A. Nabb 

HOC. C. Dail & Ass't 

210G. A. Finlay & Ass't 

3 low. Collins 

410L. Clifton 

510Lula Young 

610 M. F. Insley 

llliN. W. Webb 

2 11 Mrs. F. Corpran 

311 N. G. Seymour 

411 M. H. Brohawn 

112iA. E. Smith 

2 13 Mrs. F. Lord 

3 12! A. C. High 

412'Ella Wright 

1 13 Isaiah Reid 

213L. B. Collison 

114S. L- Willson 

2141. Smith 

314 Josie Vickcrs 

414;P. S. Carroll 

5 14! A. L. LeCompte 



Fall 
Term. 



o 



50 
255 



36 
196 



42: 
20i 
17| 
15 
101 
94 
33 
36 
30 
21 
24 
41 
65 
37 
19 
90 
69 
41 
48 
36 
30 
36! 
19! 
26| 
15 
33 
48 
44! 
20 
39 
17 
33 
35 
18 
24 
21 



22 
14 
10 
10 
80 
71 
20 
26 
13 
13 
16 
24 
46 
30 
10 
37 
41 
25 
37 



Winter 
Term. 



o 

c 
O 



^ c 



Spring 
Term. 



o 

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30 
20 
84 
68 
44 
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65 85 



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165 



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271 171 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



109 



DORCHESTER COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS—Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



Teachers* salaries for the 
year. 


Total expenses. 


Receipts from books. 


2oo 


00 


264 


40 


25 60 


285 


00 


401 


28 


55 90 


255 


00 


255 


00 




255 


00 


255 


00 




255 


00 


255 


00 




240 


00 


240 


00 




210 


00 


240 


71 


16 61 


208 


70 


227 


70 


9 58 


187 


80 


197 


65 


8 17 


195 


00 


209 


43 


8 14 


510 


00 


544 


00 


2 70 


328 


50 


352 


90 


8 25 


210 


00 


245 


82 


20 41 


225 


00 


246 


34 


18 63 


208 


90 


219 


31 


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209 


84 


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76 


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19 


503 


33 


27 81 


239 


25 


266 


20 


27 68 


186 


64 


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17 


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345 


89 


388 


96 


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317 


57 


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20 


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210 


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229 


18 


22 29 


193 


80 


219 


16 


10 30 


193 


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215 


61 


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193 


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17 65 

18 88 



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3 15 
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70 
35 



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1 54 
13 96 



7 50 



00 
65 



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2 95 
5 89 

88 
47 

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2 80 
8 60 
1 71 

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3 77 
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110 



ANNUAL. REPORT Oy j:HE 



DOI^CHESTER COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS-Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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15 G. Lumis 

15 K. Reed 

16jC. L. Northrup and Ass't 

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55 
49 
18 
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86 
68 
28 
73 
40 



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18 
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32 



2148 



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29 
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44 



38 
56 
51 
21 
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27 



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51 



45 



58 
97 
72 
35 
78 
43 



3859 



STATE BOAED OF EDUCATION. 



Ill 



DORCHESTER COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY -Si, 1895. 



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112 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



DORCHESTER COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

▲TTENDANGX FOK THK YKAB ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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Z. Nichols & I. Kane , 

T. B. Chamberlain & Ass't. 
J. H. Elbert , 

B. Scott 

W. F. Hughes 

O. M. Coleman 

C. Travers 

M. J. Macer 

Jos. W. Griffin 

5|G. G. Coleman 

6|Mrs. McCready 

"G. A. Mathews 

B. Jenifer & Ass't 

N. Young & Ass't 

N. G. Mortimer 

S. Q. Sanks 

H. M. St. Clair 

F. Fletcher 

SJohn A. Kane 

J. H. Keene & Ass't 

A. Reese 

L. S. 'Earle 

J. W. Rembleton 

J. W. Handy 

Josiah Stanley 

Geo. P. Brumel 

A. Harris 

J, H. Travers 

13|M. F. Hughes 

141L. J. Hughes 

14 E. Slacum 

14 VV. A. Cornish 

14^R. M. Stanley 

14 L. R. Stanley 

15! R. W. Cephas 

15' J. Evans 

16|F. T. Jones 

16 H. Henry 



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8 
9, 
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11 
11 
11 
11 
12 
13 

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2 
3 
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26 


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30 


20 




26 


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57 


34 


89 


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16 


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31 


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16 


27 


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18 


23 


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20 


35 


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20 


13 


24 


19 


24 


20 


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98 


70 


118 


69 


88 


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59 


33 


68 


43 


63 


40 


17 


14 


33 


17 


33 


19 


28 


18 


37 


13 


34 


9 


40 


32 


62 


39 


53 


42 


29 


21 


48 


17 


48 


31 


23 


9 










40 


22 


65 


34 


51 


43 


54 


36 


67 


39 


61 


44 


15 


11 


22 


18 


18 


17 


32 


23 


51 


181 46 


24 


24 


13 


46 


21 


I 31 


24 


19 


8 


40 


23 


30 


14 


21 


11 


40 


16 


26 


17 


20 


11 


27 


14! 19 


13 


32i 19 


61 


35| 61 


27 


22 


15 


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25 


15! 54 


30 


52 


31 


31 


16| 44 


25 


39 


27 


31 


16 56 


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15 


83 


20 52 


1 261 43 


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19 


81 40 


; 171 29 


16 


26 


1 15 47 


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31 


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15 


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341 63' 40! 45 


32 


32 


23' 36 


25; 35 


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> 7621825 


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11461 


946 



1831 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



113 



DORCHESTER COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STxVTISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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111 
211 
311 
411 
112 
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103 15, 6 90 
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161 12i 9 41 

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108 26' 9 82 

112 78i 13 23 
121 25! 8 55 
117 87j 31 76 

123 92! 6 60 

102 55 12 55 
260 07 20 91 
153 60: 13 95 
187 57 30 15 
128 60 6 20 
168 35 24 30 

103 95 5 55 
44 72 

200 73 18 30 
141 65 11 81 

109 43 5 40 

106 57i 14 04 
119 08| 14 50 
109 24! 11 52 

124 84 13 97 

113 69 7 17 

115 95 14 37 
63 97 4 95 

112 90 9 00 

116 45i 19 16 
119 76i 21 14 

121 8li 23 98 
123 92; 15 08 
105 411 4 23 
105 78; 5 85 

114 06; 20 28 

122 97i 12 47 



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8 



114 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THR 



DORCHESTER COV^^TY—Statemejit of Receipts and Disbursements for 
Public Scliool Purposes, for the Tear Ending July 31, 1895. 

Receipts. 

Balance on hand July 81, 1894 | 65 52 

State school tax 1,806 28 

State free scliool fund 1899 35 

State donation — Female Seminary 500 00 

County school tax 16^ cents on the $100 10 500 00 

i white, 1,542 78 ) 

Book fees ■< colored, 519 65 v 2,226 04 

( sales in office, 163 61 ) 

Oyster, &c., licenses, (white) 6,111 79 

Miscellaneous , 283 54 

State appropriation to colored schools \ k i^k 00 

State school tax f ^'^^^ 

• jOyster licenses, (colored) 1,002 44 



$89,540 84 

Disbursements. 



Teacliers' salaries — w^hite schools $21,579 02 

Fuel 1,388 87 

( Teachers, 828 78 ) 

Incidental expenses of schools \ Board, 41 23 \ 722 65 

( Free books, 357 64 ) 

Rent 10 

Books and stationery 2,817 37 

Repairing school houses, by teachers, $148.38; by 

Board, $751.77 900 15 

Furniture, black-boards and stoves, by teachers, $72.85; 

by Board, $883.82. . . : 456 67 

Freio^ht and hauling 88 00 

Interest 184 76 

On loans, after repayments 2,500 00 

Salary of secretary, treasurer and examiner 1,250 00 

Salary of assistant examiner 250 00 

Per diem of School Commissioners 308 83 

Office expenses and account books. 149 28 

Printing and advertising 159 00 

Miscellaneous 843 73 



PAID TO COLORED SCHOOLS. 

Teachers' salaries 4,201 96 

Fuel 898 72 

Incidentals, by teachers, $85.64; by Board, $17.26; 

free books, $156.11 259 01 

Repairs, by teachers, $37.47; by Board, $178.57 216 04 

Building 114 66 

Furniture, blackboards, &c., by teachers, $4.86; by 

Board, $8.25 8 11 

Rent 47 66 

Balance cash on hand. . 756 75 

$39,540 84 



STATE BOAKD OF EDUATION. 



115 



DORCHESTER COUNTY— COLORED SCROOLS—Eeceipts and Dis- 
bursements for the Tear ending July 31, 1895. 

Receipts. 



Amount received from State Treasurer $ 5,145 88 

Amount received from County Sctiool Board 300 00 

Oyster licenses 1,002 44 

Book sales 519 65 

Balance due school board 2,354 72 



$ 9,322 69 

Disbursements. 

Balance due school board July 31, 181-1 % 2,961 88 

Paid for teachers' salaries 4,201 96 

Incidental expenses, bv teachers, $85.64 ; by Board, 

$17.26; free books, $156.11 259 01 

Rent 47 66 

Repairs, by teachers, $37.47; by Board, $178.57 216 04 

Fuel 393 72 

Building, by Board 114 66 

Books and stationery 519 65 

Furniture, by teachers, $4.86; by Board, $3.25 8 11 

One school house transferred " 200 00 

General superintendence 400 00 

$ 9,322 69 



116 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



FREDERICK COUNTY. 



OFFICE OF THE 

BOAI^D OF SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS FOR FREDERICK CO., 

Frederick, Md., Septembef^^^th, 1895. 

Prof. E. B. Prettyman, Secretary State Board of Education, 

Baltimore, Md. 

Bear Sir: — Herewith find Annual Report for year closing July 31st, 1895. 
We do not deem it necessary to supplement it by any additional remarks. 

Yours very truly, 

Samuel Dutrow, 7'm., 
Epiiraim l^. BoBLiTz, Secy. 



SUMMARY OF SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



FOR SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 

1895. 1894. 

Number of school houses owned by the county, 158 ; rented 

13; total, 171 171 171 

Frame, 62 ; brick, 66 ; log, 14 ; stone, 16 158 

Number of rooms occupied when the attendance is largest. . 227 
Number of male teachers (principals), white, 87; colored 20; 

total, 107 107 

Number of female teachers (principals), white, 58; colored, 

7 ; total, 65 65 

Number of male teachers, (assistants), white, 4 ; colored, 1 ; 

total, 5 5 

Number of female teachers, (assistants), white, 47 ; colored, 

3; total, 50 50 

Total, white 196; colored, 31 ; total 227 227 222 

Number of fenced lots 78 77 

Number of schools having out-buildings 170 163 

Number of schools having sufficient black-boards 166 165 

Number of schools having good furniture 160 160 

Number of terms schools were open — white, 3 — 7^ months ; 

colored, 3 — 7A months 3 3 

Number of different pupils for the vear — males — white, 9,080 ; 

colored, 1,273; total, 10,353 \ 10,353 10,138 

Number of pupils in average attendance, white, 5,485; col- 
ored, 608; total, 6.183 6,183 6,015 

Number of pu})ils over 16 years of age — white, 286; colored, 

100; total, 386 386 365 

Number of official visits paid by examiner 250 219 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



117 



FREDERICK COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 



On Roll, 
Average 



993 

j white, 5,1b 4 
attendance ( coFd, 615 



NUMBEll OP PUPILS. 

Fall Term, Winter Term, 
i ,559 q «,<,s- 

^^^11 6,836 



j white, 7,433 g 
(col'd, ^'^'^ 



Spring Term. 

8,862 



7,783 
1,079 



Summer lerm 
154 



5,799 



130 



1895. 

Number of pupils in 1st grade, .Jan, 1st. . , 2,086 



2d 

3d 

4th 

5th 

6th 



above 6th 



1,743 
1,890 
1,845 
1,850 
1,096 
692 



154 

130 

1894. 
1,940 
1,744 
1,865 
1,954 
1,698 
1,120 
529 



Jan. 1 , 

Number of pupils in book-keeping, 245 ; algebra, 593 ; physiology, 2,598 ; 
geometry, 567; philosophy, 1,205; drawing, 1642; Latin, 107. 



School Houses Built or Enlarged During the Year. 



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Height. 


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Fences. 


Cost of Fui 
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3 


5 


Brick. 


$2,900 00 


55 


34 


21 


240 


Yes. 


No. 


325 00 


6 


16 


Frame. 


600 - 


34 


25 


18 


90 


Yes. : 

i 


No. 


100 00 



118 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



FREDERICK COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895! 



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IMay Gaylor , . 

Lottie Thomas, 1st Ass't. 
Ella V. Kreo: 



1 



67 



42 



84 



83 



Cora M. Hargett, 1st Ass't. 
T. W. Delaplaiue 



1 Clara S. Werking , 

I H. K. Biser 

IC. M. Moore , 

Edna Cromwell, 1st Ass't. 

1 Maggie E. jNIyers , 

IjLeua Brandenburg 

2'Emma R. Garrott 



33 
13 
38 
80 



H. Delander 

J. Klein 

M. Bradshaw, 1st Ass't.. 

M. Plileeger 

gie E. Duvall 

Hattie D. Boblitz, 1st Ass't. 



47 
56 
29 
48 
81 



86 



24 
11 
25 
61 



Mag 



2,Dessie G. Putman. , 
Hannah F. Garrott, 



45 
83 



31 

33 

Adam Roser { 193 

Helen E. Newman, 1st Ass't. 

Katie Bartgis, 2d Ass't !. . . . 

Mollie E. O wings, 3d Ass't.. .| 

D. C. Aldridge j 154 

M. E. Philpot, 1st Ass't j 

Matilda Bielfeld, 2d Ass't. . . I 

M. M. Robinson I 465 

Lillie M. Wiener, 1st Ass't 
Pearl A. Eader, 2d Ass't. . 
Sue M. Garrott, 3d Ass't. . 
Alice E. Bhope, 4th Ass't.. 
Delia M. Stull, 5th Ass't. . 
Ella C. Keller, 6th Ass't. . 
Etta A. Bi'ust, 7th Ass't. . . 
Jane E. Staler, 8th Ass't.. 
Mary M. Weems, 9th Ass't 
2Amon 
3|B. M. 

3|R. J. Ridgely. 
3Chas. E. Dryden. 
3T. L. llauver... . 



39 
43 
22 
29 
56 



32 
63 



20 
24 
136 



100 



338 



Burgee. 
Morgan , 



301 
31 
301 
192 



23 
20 
25 
156 



36 
20 
42 
93 



49 



59 



81 



57 
54 
40 
65 
89 



24 
13 
27 
67 



17 
34 
93 



60 
104 



38 
46 
28 
45 
67 



44 
59 
41 
59 
84 



45 
74 



53 
87 



36 22 
40| 24 
184i 143 



31 
28 
177 



172 



460 



126 



159 



349 



443 



341 
41 
35 
213 



271 
31 
29 
1801 



32 
42 
33 
205 



31 



56 



24 
11 
21 
62 



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21 
37 
57 



36 
58 



141 
16 
128 



11' 



326 



49 



25 
25 
261 
169 



24 



27 



45 



19 



20 



STATE BOARD OF ED CCA 'ION. 



119 



FREDERICK COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR KNDIKG JULY 31st, 1895. 



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484 39 
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3 98 
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234 00 
264 00 
502 34 



326 38 
269 11 
306 84 
579 27 



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13 96 
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6 75 

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264 00 
270 00 
210 00 
501 32 



15 00 



12 90 
32 51 



4 00 
30 52 



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1 28 



264 00 
540 00 



16 35 
18 85 
52 78 



9 60 
5 40 
16 13 



25' 
2 10 
4 77^ 



210 00 
264 00 
1254 00 



350 20 
314 87 
311 55 
263 64 
582 39 



302 50 
641 76 



249 50 
304 00 
1417 23 



68 40 



25 40 



3 19 8 36i 964 98 



15 00 267 63 



119 06 



187 42 



1131 23 



53 36 3440 74 



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84 00 



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19 35 
22 50 

20 85 
166 80 



12 80 
10 70 
25 90 
94 70 



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17 89 



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37 92 



674 08 
268 33 
234 DO 
1759 80 



880 43 
317 88 
294 27 
2277 



93 235 



120 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



FREDERICK COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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3 3 Noah S. Young, 1st Ass't, 
iClias. H. Kemsburg, 2d " 
i j Katie Kefauver, 3d " 

4i 3M. Albert Ramsburg 

5; 3|D. V. Beaciiley 

6i 3! Anna M. Ej'ler 

7 3jAV. E. Bowius 

8 3|J. AV. Grove 

9 3!C. C. Ausherman 

10 3'S. A. Ward 

11 SjJ. Y. Ale?:ander 

1 4!Effie C. Miller 

2 4|L. C. Fox 

I Emma Devilbiss, 1st Ass't.. 

3 4|H. L. Hauver 

4 4!Harr3' L. Hamrick 

5 4|Nora'^M. Lov 

1 5iC. N. Stem.' 

2 5|Ruth lloke 

3 5L- D. Crawford 

jFannie ]M. Frailey. 1st Ass't. 

SlAnnie E. Dupliorne 

5!C. T. Fox 

6 5!Wm. I). Ohlcr 

7 5lT. Frank Grinder 

8 5 Edmund F. Smith 

9 5Mar5' 11. Duphorne 

10 S.Tohn F. Adelsberger 

1 6|C. U. Harp 

2 6R. W. Pry or 

Annie E. Lowell, 1st Ass't. . 

6 Geo. R Stotelmeyer 

John (). Hays, 1st Ass t 

4 elNora G. Wolfe 

5 6|Luther Warrenfeltz 

6 GiGeo. O. Poffinberger 

7 6|L. M. Koogle 

8 6 W. D. L. Harne 

9 6C. N. Frushour.. . 

1 7!l. E. Wachter. .' 

2 7jElsie V. Albaugh 

7|Effie Simmons 



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30 21 

35 28 

20; U 

20, 11 

291 22 

47! 29 

28i 18 

52| 32 

60 44 



54 41 

33i 29 

3Gi 33 

29 18 

2oi 17 

33| 27 

54| 34 

33i 29 

m 37 

75 59 



43 31 i 50 

41! 23 46 

88! 19 50 

27 15 24 

41, 30 55 

90i 78 106 



50 

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36, 
23 
24 
33! 
44i 
33 
54 



32 
25 
30 
13 
15 
24| 
3l| 
27 
27 
51 



361 45; 
24i 4L 
33i 44: 
15 18 
38 40; 
90! 105; 



32 
21 
27 
13 
23 
84 



29! 22 32 

28i 16^ 40 

25i 14 43 

28' 18' 39! 

41 27 51! 

221 13, 22; 

32| 21i 321 

59' 411 60' 

85 47 85 



83 



53 89 



241 31; 

271 36! 

25' 41i 

29 33, 

39! 42 

15 21i 

23 31i 

44 52; 

47 61 



62 73 



501 35; 521 

33' 24! 41 

30! 21 j 361 

34! 28! 35 

23; 16; 24 

39; 26| 46 

53; 30{ 66 

301 18 41 

37i 25 44 



39 
30 
25 
30 
16 
33 
44 
27 
29 



16; 
18i 
24 
22 
33 
13 
19 
35 
28 



52 



50 
37 
35 
36 
21 
40 
63 
35 
37 



34 
23 
24 
26 
14 
28 
29 
20 
22 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



121 



FREDERICK COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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14 90 
32 80 
23 48 

15 47 
23 35 
23 85 
18 88 
23 13 
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11 25 
1 00 

8 09 

12 45 

3 00 

1 50 

2 35 
86 

4 34 

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21 581 
12 75i 
24 39 
75 75 

26 04 
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32 751 

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19 50| 

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6 00 
3 00 
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30 
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19 80 



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2 4 

3 84 

5 20 
2 50 

6 70 
5 90 



40 
30 
2 45 



20 
80 



85 
98 



2 00 



97 
92 

2 75 
55 

3 77| 
1 12 

15 
1 40 
1 48 



70 



38 691 

15 051 
26 40! 
22 13! 

17 00! 

18 92 

16 00 
16 13 
36 64 

19 25 



6 50 



1 65 



1 25 



3 72 
7 5l! 

12 50| 
15 

11 68 

3 38 
15 30 

7 78 

4 25 



10 
50 
50 
28 
40 
45 
81 
52 
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50 
2 25 



210 00 
262 17 
234 00 
234 00 
210 00 
270 00 
264 00 
268 09 
232 38 
420 00 



262 37 
210 00 
293 76 
229 12 
236 17 
629 50 



300 00 
234 00 
216 41 
234 00 
285 97 
231 12 
262 37 
268 12 
357 15 



532 37 



210 00 
262 17 
262 37 
264 00 
210 00 
262 37 
300 00 
270 00 
234 00 



267 951 
292 80i 
290 24, 
290 03j 
239 17i 
296 10! 
309 701, 
300 43i 
287 76i 
493 01 ! 



18 61 
14 35 

12 25 
8 63 
17 50 

17"S7 
26 14 
31 27 



293 22 10 60 
247 761 28 33 
340 49! 13 40 

245 27| 

288 31 



340 96 
276 50 
262 11 
270 97 
348 44 
254 39 
304 16 
318 10 
422 86 



613 01 



248 77 
310 93 
310 10 
295 03 
241 00 
298 30 
350 19 
331 54 
275 89 



4 28 


53 


38 


12 


88 


5 


77 


29 


79 


15 


13 


7 


62 


6 42 


3 


00 


11 


50 


22 


00 


21 


bi 


27 


70 


10 


13 


17 85 



38 50 
25 90 
17 11 



122 



ANNUAL REPORT OP THE 



FREDERICK COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS-Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



O 

o 

o 



s 



Name of Teacher. 



Fall 
Term. 



o 
O 



<1 



Winter 
Term. 



o 
O 



Spring 
Term. 



O 



Summer 
Term. 



O 



bo a ! « S, 

4J ♦a P Si. 

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4 7|Hattie Poole 

5 7 Lillie S. Stewart 

6 7 Wm. A. Kessler 

7 7 Anna D. Stewart 

8 7 Granville J. Michael 

1 8M. E. Norris 

Kate McMaster, 1st Ass't. . . . 

2 8 Laura E. Johnson 

3 8 Eleanore Maynard 

4 8 John W. Beuner 

1 9 Rachel A. Maynard 

2 9H. E. Flook. 

3 9 Bessie Eppley 

lone Wood, ist Ass't 

4 9 Cordelia Duvall 

5 9 Ida N. Reinhart 

6 9 J. Thos. Browning 

7 9 Gertrude Bai nes 

8 9F. Stanley Stull 

9 9 Louisa C' Blum 

1 10 Geo. W. Manahan 

Mary E. Ilarbaugh, 1st Ass't. 
2lOChas. F. Manahan 

Mattie G. Ilarbaugh, 1st Ass't 

310E. T. Dixon 

410Chas. C. Hauyer 

510 Wm. F. Miller 

1 11 Annie M. Hammett 

211 Jas. W. Robinson 

311 0. E. Klein 

4lllWm. S. T. Derr 

5 llilrying S. Biser 

Cora E. Shaw, 1st Ass't 

GlllB. F. Hildebrcind 

711'C. C. Biser 

811 Geo W. Cecil 

OllTheodosia Long 

1011 Jessie L. Strailman 

112 M. A. Bowlus 

2 12 Geo. W. Dudderar 

Bertha Wiener, 1st Ass't 

8 12 John W. Flook 



45 
39 
45 
33 
59 
90 



30 
24 
26 
21 
38 
69 



52 36! 51 33 

36 24| 34l 19 

51 30 44| 20 

38 31i 431 27 

64 40i 59 33 

98 69! 89 61 



37 

12 

46 

2 

72 

66 



21 
11 
31 
22 
34 
46 



51 
19 
47, 
28 
80 
76 



28| 34 

12! 17 

36i 45 

211 26 

47 66 



18 
11 
31 
19 
38 



54! 651 39 



46 
3 

70 
1 

36 
50 
89 



27 
30 
44 
10 
25 
35 
65 



56 
50 
80' 
26 
43; 
52 
971 



39, 56 38 
37i 48, 30 



50 
12 
28 
38 
74 



63 



45 



70 
19 
42 



36 
9 
21 
48| 31 
86 58 



671 55 601 42 



25 
38 
37 
13 
41 
33 
18 
86 



11 

22 
23 
8 
35 
23 
12 
67 



34 
521 
47I 
25! 
49; 
47 
38 
95 



18 28 
30 42 
26^ 45 
17 



1:5 

34 
23 
73 



43 
46 
35 
94 



35 
34 
20 
29 
31 
33 
81 



26 
24 
14 
24 
26 
25 
56 



44 30 

45 33 
27 22 
36, 30 
39I 32 
50 83 
93 61 



15 
23 
24 
11 
32 
28 
17 
65 



83 



18 



27 



18 



41 23 
37 26 
29 21 
341 25 
301 
25 
59 



39 
41 
75 



26 



15 



52 
41 
57 
49 
73 
103 



55 
19 
51 
28 
91 
77 



56 
55 
86 
26 
49 
60 
97 



72 



34 
54 
53 
25 
58 
49 
39 
98 



46 
45 
31 
37 
40 
44 
96 



38 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



123 



FREDERICK COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR TEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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9 9 
110 

210 

310 
410 
510 
111 
211 
311 
411 
511 

611 
711 
811 
911 
1011 
112 
212. 

312 



23 76 
17 50 
15 55 
2 37 
14 90 
57 37 



00 
50 
60 



2 35 
7 00 
10 35 



55 
84 
1 15 
47 

1 32 

2 06 



35 



210 00 
270 00 
234 00 
207 02 
234 00 
570 00! 



254 51 

304 19' 
274 25| 
229 36i 
282 77i 
676 18! 



13 53 
28 33 

7 74 
31 50 

14 52 
34 76 



19 51 
21 56 

21 59 

22 38' 
44 93 
51 41 



7 40 
4 50 
3 25 
2 75 
80 
10 31 



60 
55 
43 
55 
40 
35 



50 



1 00 



80 



270 00 
234 00 
210 00 
270 00 
234 00| 
444 46 



317 26 

263 6l| 
254 12; 
305 48| 
312 78i 
533 48l 



23 89 

'713 

19 12 
19 18 

24 27 



24 98 
19 54 
24 06 
37 50 
22 86 
18 38 
41 71 



2 35 
7 47 
5 95 

3 25 
2 18 
2 42 

25 74 



1 58 
1 55 
50 
92 
90 
90 
40 



270 OOl 
264 00 
298 : 
208 70 
268 37 
234 00 
510 00 



318 51 28 01 
311 811 17 10 

329 66' 

259 47 
311 46 
276 70 
577 89 



6 93 
2 13 
10 75 
5 25 



21 78 



3 50 



1 68 



418 41 



445 46 



3 00 



25 70 

17 14 

18 55 
25 49 
21 72 
20 61 
17 71 
46 22 



75 

25 



60 
40 



2 50 
9 44 

4 35 
12 40 

5 05 
9 70 



60 
1 00 



50 
99 
40 



95 
08 



229 50 
234 00 

234 oo: 

264 00 
260 75 
234 ( 
210 00 
528 00 



265 55 
274 29, 
274 60 . 
310 68 
307 62l 
286 lO' 
246 89! 



60 
10 99 

*8*66 

5 62 
19 35 
9 51 

618 22! 35 05 

I 



21 82 



29 08 

15 75 

16 50 
13 48 
15 79 
34 25 
40 60 

is 55 



10 00 
7 37 

2 00 
15 

1 50 

3 10 
29 12 

*3'25 



95 
1 05 



12 00 



1 32 
40 
1 32 

i'29 



58 
50 



230 75 
234 00 
234 00 
287 57 
264 00 
234 00 
478 33 

218 "26 



285 93| 
273 82! 
276 40! 
314 15 
318 43 
287 73 
582 97 

255 09 



6 50 
20 61 

4 62 
28 03 
14 87 

25 64 

26 75 

16*45 



124 



ANNUAL KEPORT OF THE 



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FREDERICK COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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Name of Teacher. 



Fall 
Term. 



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14 



12!Mamie D. Thomas 

12jJulia McDucl 

E. Brcut Kemp, Ist Ass't. . . . 

12 Wm. Gittiiii^s 

Katie M. Wiener, 1st Ass't.. 
Ella C. Bevans, 2d " . . 
Jane Boteler, 8d " 
J. W. Waters, 4th " . . 

12iiN'annie Simmons 

18IClara V. Smith 

13i Minnie E. Gilds 

13 Virginia L. Garrott 

Anna M. Shorb, 1st Ass't. . . , 

la Wm. H. Smith 

I3;Hallie V. Zimmerman 

13, Julia Yingling 

ISiFrank Harshman , 

Blanche C. Lanipe, 1st Ass't, 

Marv C. Ott, 2d Ass't 

W. k. Feaster 

14|W. T. Colbert 

Rua Hilleary, 1st Ass't 

D. W. Shorb 

W. R. Keyes 

Florence DeMuth, 1st Ass't.. 

Wm. M. Martin 

15!Nora G, Freeze , 

15lJohn Landers 

Fanna Landers, 1st Ass't. . . , 

M. Beth Firor, 2d Ass't 

Byrde Jones, 3d Ass't 

lojEdna L. Baker 

15' Annie K. Geisbert , 

ISlJohn W. Grinder 

IClM. L. Rice 

le'Ezra F. Harp 

16 0. U. Schildtknecht 

le'j. Frank Butts 

16,Roger G. Harley 

H. O. Ridenour, 1st Ass't. . . . 

16|M. a. E. Riser 

16IA. J. Horine 



32 
80 



284 



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Winter 
Term. 



o 

c 
O 



491 



33 
89 



176 



280 



29i 
32| 
50 



19' 
2li 
33: 
52i 



29 
32 
61 
81 



32 
43 
24 
133 



18 
27 
14 
103 



32 
77 



40 
48 
28 
145 



Si 



16 
48 



183 



17 
24 
41 
57 



Spring 
Term. 



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22; 
751 



12 
35 



265 174 



29 
29 
59 
70 



23 
33 
20 
118 



23! 
65: 



39 
87 



22 
60 



24 
83 



17j 
64 



26 
98 



18 
80 



34 
30 
196 



29 
22 
152 



31 
36 

59j 

33! 
20 
38 
77 



28 
22 



23 
26 
37 
24 
22 
17 
26 
53 



38 
41 
211 



36 
47 
62 
38 
47 
34 
43 
83 



35 
33 
173 



24 
20 



81 
32 



31 

35 
39 
31 
30 
26 
32 
61 



27 
27 



33 
47 
20 
147 



18 
17 
36 
57 



34 
84 



22 
91 



17 
30 
14 
107 



Summer 
Term. 



o 



17 
57 



37 
32 
205 



33 
45 
52 
34 
46 
28 
43 



30 
31 



12 
76 



22 



33 
23 
161 



32 



27 
33 
33 
25 
26 
19 
32 
521 



26 
22 



3 



16 



a 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



FREDERICK COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS-Continued. 

EXPENSES F»R YEAR ENDING JULY Sj., 1895. 



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126 



ANNUAL KKrORT OF THE 



FREDERICK COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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Chas. O. Clemson 

5 17 Laura I. Hearn 

6 17 Sadie Spurrier 

7 17 Chas. A. Ogle 

118 Blanche A. Whitmore 

2 18 Elsie C. Barnes 

18 Mattie I]. Breueman 

4 18 Sadie Duvall 

119 Annie E. Klees 

219 J. Roy Sundergill 

319 Helen M. Douty 

30 Chas. S. Wachter 

Grace HenshaAV, 1st Ass't 

20 \L J. Palmer 

Mary S. Freeze, 1st Ass't. . . . 

320J. E. Palmer 

420 Chas. H. Storr 

5 20 Elsie M. Gaver 

121 Katie jMurphy 

221 Virgie M. StuU 

321 G. Lloyd Palmer 

Emma Weikert, 1st Ass't . . . 

21 Clarence C. Holtz 



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STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



127 



FREDERICK COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR TEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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FREDERICK COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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!H. M. Thomas, 2d Ass't.. . . 

2Geo. T. Day 

iMollie E. Wise, 1st Ass't.. . 

3i Agnes V. Brooks 

3; John R. Bruner 24 

Giles L. Johnson 37 

Flattie A. Naylor i 53 

7 Jos. W. Day 28 

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7|F. B. Nicholas. 

^ Eliza Washington 

9 Adelaide Chambers 

1st Ass't. 

9!Caleb E. Nichols 

9| Edward B. Oram 

lOIDenton Stotelmyer 

lljJohn A. Loud 

12 Wm F. Braxton 

12|Geo. A. Whalen 

12;Rob't E. McDaniel 

IsLviollie E. Bruner 

13!Susie Hardy 

UiTda F. Thomas 

14'Chas. E. W^halen 

181 II. J. Warner 

l9iJas. H. Bruner , 

19 Jonas Thomas , 

20iJohn C. Norris 



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19 
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20 
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14 
18 
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24 
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STATE BOAKD OF EDUCATION. 



129 



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EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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130 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



FREDERICK COU'i^TY— Statement of Receipts and Lisbursenwfit* for 
Public Sclwol Purposes, for the Year ending July 31, 1895. 



Receipts. 

Balance on hand July 31, 1894 $ 226 36 

State school tax 22,296 38 

State free school fund 3,512 61 

Count}^ school tax. . cents on the $100 35,500 00 

Fines to credit of school No. 6, E. district No. 12 104 50 

Book Fees 3,4(i8 54 

Sales of Books 816 34 

State appropriation to colored schools 3,799 15 

Proceeds of sale Koogle's school house $ 15 00] 

Contribution, Harmony school 3 00 ( 

Interest, county collector 79 92 ' ^ qa 

Book fees on permits to Carroll county 38 38 ( ^'^^^ 

Fees for Carroll county pupils 10 00 

High school tuition fees 1,689 00^ 

Balance to treasurer 2 85 



$71,622 03 

DlSBtlRSEMENTS. 



Teacliets' salaries — white schools $51,326 81 

Fuel 4,221 24 

Incidental expenses of schools 359 17 

Rent 280 54 

Books and stationery 3,171 54 

Repairing school houses 1,368 68 

Furniture, black-boards and stoves 187 42 

Interest 371 64 

Salary of secretary, treasurer and examiner 1,200 00 

Salary of assistant 600 00 

Per diem of t?chool Commissioners 559 20 

Office expenses and account books 137 52 

Printing and advertising 215 60 

Paid to colored schools 6,455 15 

Per diem of Commissioners for last year. . .$ 48 00^ 

Freight 60 34 

Libraries 80 00 

Fair exhibit 27 80 

State teachers' association 10 00 I ^ 

Fire insurance 24 98 



Carroll county permits 382 50 

Book fees refunded 1 50 

Desks and grates 82 40 

Note, Citizens' National Bank 450 00 

$71,622 03 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



131 



FREDERICK COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOLS— Receipts and Disburse 
menu for tht Year ending July 31, 1895. 

Receipts. 



Amount received from State Treasurer 3,799 15 

Amount received from County Sctiool Board. 3,474 22 

Book fees, (included in general summary) 181 78 



$6,455 15 

Disbursements. 

Paid for teachers' salaries $5,029 05 

Incidental expenses 21 58 

Rent 167 50 . 

Fuel 517 22 

Books and stationery 425 95 

Other purposes, repairs $287.50, furniture $6.85 293 85 

$6,455 15 



132 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

GARRETT COUNTY 



Prof. E. B. Pkettyman, 

Dear Sir: — ■! herewith subuiit the Report of the Public Schools of 
Garrett County, Maryland, for the year ending July 31, 1895. 

Very truly yours, 

WxM. HiNEBAUGH, Examiner. 



SUMMMARY OF SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

FOK SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 

1895. 1894. 



Number of school houses owned by the County, 113; rented, 

7; total, 120 120 120 

Frame, 115; bricH, 2; log, 3 120 

Number of rooms occupied when the attendance is largest. 132 131 

Number of male teachers (principals), white, 61 ; total, 61. 61 61 

Number of female teachers (principals), white, 60; total, 60. 60 57 

Number of male teachers (assistants), white, 3 ; total, 3 3 1 

Number of female teachers (assistants), white, 9; total, 9. . 9 12 

Total, white, 133; t(jta], 133 133 131 

Number of fenced lots 20 20 

Number of schools having out-buildings 106 100 

Number of schools having sufficient blackboards 98 93 

Number of schools having good furniture 87 82 

Number of terms schools were open — white, 35 days ; 

colored, 35 days 

Number of different pupils for the year — males — white, 1,966 ; 
colored, 15; total, 1,981; females — white, 1,787; colored, 

22; total, 1,809 3,790 4,038 

Number of pupils in average attendance — white, 2,832; col- 
ored, 31 ; total, 2,863 2,863 

Number of pupils over 16 years of age 299 360 

Number of official school visits paid by examiner 25 



Number of Pupils. 

Fall Term. Winter Term. Spring Term. Summer Term. 

On Roll.. 3,790 

Average } white, 2,832 
attendance f col'd, 31 

1895. 1894. 

Number of pupils in 1st grade January 1st 1,202 1,286 



2d " 610 632 

3d " 571 585 

4th " 594 694 

oth " 637 640 

6th " 129 151 



above 6th " 30 

Number of pu])ils in book-keeping. 81; algebra, 55; physiology, 305; 
geometry, 5; philosophy, 7; drawing, 62. 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



GARRETT COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 
School Houses Built or Enlarged During the Year. 



No. of School. 


District. j 


Material. 


1 

Cost. 


Length. 


Width. 


Height. 


Square feet of 
Blackboard. 


Outbuildings. 


Fences. 


1 

Cost of Furni- 
ture. 

1 
1 


1 


7 




114,213 00 


70 


70 


26 


750 


Yes. 


Yes 


$513 10 


8 


1 


Frame 


299 71 


28 


18 


11 


54 




No. 


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10 


7 


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295 00 


30 


18 


11 


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56 00 


1 


1 




460 25 


36 


20 


12 


60; 






70 00 


4 


5 


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337 60 


30 


18 


11 


54 






54 00 


3 


3 




382 00 


32 


18 


11 


54 






63 00 


12 


3 




412 81 


28 


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11 


54 






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4 


3 




410 00 


32 


18 


11 


54 






63 00 



134 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



GARRETT COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOB THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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1 Albert Liston 

ILaidee Browning 

I L. B. Garlitz 

1 Lou Hamill 

iCoraM. Ashenfelter 

2 Chas. Frazee 

2W. n. n. Friend & Ass't. 

2Brison Welsh & Ass't 

2George B. Frazee 

2i Austin Frazee 

2!Noali B. Fearer 

2;J. A. Fike 

2 John Mathews 

2Norval Speelman 

2B. F. Friend 

2 Harvey Cuppett 

3F. G. Snalp & Ass't 

3 Jennie Miller * • • * 

3J. H. Bender 

3;G. W. Sterling 

3 J. M. Custer 

3 Mary C. Dorsey 

3 Mary E. Stanton 

311. S. Yoder 

3 Mary Beachy 

3Edwin E. Friend 

3 Emma E. Yutzy 

3i Nancy Baker 

3Jda E. Miller 

3,Clara Y. Englehart 

4!Kate Thompson & Ass't. 

4;Mintie Wolfe 

4iNannie Hamill 

4:Frederick Michael 

4|Emma Murphy 

5! A. J. Kelso & Ass't 

5John P. Miller 

5iMary Wilburn 

siGertie Hone 



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65 
28 
16 
35 
12 
90 
31 
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STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



135 



GARRETT COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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41 30 

40 12! 
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115 o7 
115 57 
49 53 

41 30 
41 30 
49 53 
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49 53 
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53 03 . 

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49 17; 

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51 42 

43 44 

48 05 
112 84 

45 05 

44 20 

50 55 

46 50 
127 06 

52 38 

45 38 

56 36 



136 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THK 



GARRKTT COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THK YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



Fall 
Term. 



c 

o 



Name of Teacher. 



o 



tec 

a C 



Winter ' Spring ISummer 
Term. Term, i Term. 



o 



5'J. L . Englehart 

Cora A. Bird 

5 Geo. W. Dunham., 
5|S. K. Welsh 

5 Hannah Kamp. . . . 
S^Martin H. Hoffman, 
6|M. H. Frankhouser. 

6 A. B. Barnes 

6 



Arthur DeWitt 

6 Rosalie C. McGraw 

6F. C. Newmiller 

6|E. C. Cuppett 

6|R. M. Alexander 

6H. J. Speicher 

6Henrv Speicher 

6 Ida M. DcWitt 

TChas. 1). Smith & Ass't 

7'iMinnie Leighton 

7 Sue M Beckman 

7 Delia Kimmell 

7 Kate C. Spedden 

7 Carrie L. BroAvning 

7 Etta DeWitt 

7Vada DeWitt 

7 Nina G. Stemple 

7 H. V. Leighton 

7 Not running 

7 Martha E. Ilinebaugh 

7 Nettie Loughridgc 

Alice B. De Merry 

Anna DeBerrv 

7.1. G. Wilhelm.. ."^ 

17l 7G. L. Tiinniger 

18 7 Geo. F. Porter \ 

7jC. A. Ashby 1 

bjLizzie C. Taylor | 

8;Nina Clement 

S'Lillie B. AVeimer , 

4| S\J. S. Gnegey ! 

SBelle Hamlll | 

s'Ettie Frantz i 

SiFrank O. Hinebaugh 



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311 
181 
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STATE OF EDUCATION. 



137 



GARRETT COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 



EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 6] 



1895. 



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138 



ANNUAL REPORT OK THE 



GARRETT COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS-Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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9 8'Dora E. Lipscomb 

10 aPatrick IL Shaffer 

11 8 Minnie Chisholm 

12 8;Della Savaj^e 

18 8 Jennie M. Thompson 

14 8 >Larion B. Learv 

ll 9'Emma Hinebaugh 

2 9:m. H. McKenzie 

3j 9 Maud E. Pope 

l|10i Victor McCaulej & Ass't. . 

2il0 Lizzie Hall 

3110' Albert L. Lee 

4:iOCarrie Wilson 

SjlOiGeo. Glotfeliy 

ellOlF. A. Nethkin 

7' 10 Emma Ham ill 

8jlOChas. W. Friend 

9!lO J. W. Misser 

lOlOMinnie Stemple 

11 lOSallie Merrill 

12;10 Lucv Coddington 

1,11 Sarah Castell 

2|U Etta Breneman 

311 H. F. Kahl 

411 M. H. McKenzie 

5ill Titus Delander 

611jWm Sterling 

711'Nora C. Muhlenberg 

811 Maud Kildow 

112 W. A. Maffett & Ass't 

2jl2.Ionas A. Speicher 

312lJoseph E. Histetter 

4!l2 Ella E. Turney 

5!l2H. J. Bieneman 

6jl2|Mary E. Laffey 



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STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



139 



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GARRETT COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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59 38 

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44 70 

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53 53 
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7130 08 



140 ANNUAL rp:pokt of the 



GARRETT COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOK THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



1 Number of schooL 


Election district. 


Name of Teacher. 


Fall 
Term. 


Winter 
Term. 


Spring 
Term. 


Summer 
Term. 


Number of ditferent 
pupils for the year. 


On roll. 


Average daily 
attendance. 


On roll. 


Average daily 
attendance. 


On roll. 


Average daily 
attendance. 


On roll. 


Average daily 
attendance. 


1 8 

2 8 


Titus Delawder 


16 
21 


14 
17 














16 
21 


Minnie Meuhorn 




























37 


31 














37 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 141 
GARRETT COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



Number of school. 


Election district. 


Rent. 


Fuel. 


Repairs. 


Other incidental expenses. 


Furniture, blackboards, 
stoves. 


Teachers' salaries for the 
year. 


Total expenses. 


Receipts from books. 


1 

2 


00 00 












49 53 
41 30 


56 84 
41 30 




1 60 


3 21 


1 80 


70 










1 60 


3 21 


1 80l 70 





90 83 


98 14 













142 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THR^ 



GARRETT COU'^i^TY— Statement of Receipts and Disbursements for 
Public School Purposes^ for the Year Ending July 31, 1895. 



Receipts. 

Balance on hand July 31, 1894 $ 2,634 69 

State school tax 5,674 59 

State free school fund 1,268 86 

State donation 1,200 00 

County school tax cents on the $100 10,000 00 

Amount of levy $10,000 00 

Fines and forfeitures, license fund 631 75 

Sales of books 448 17 

State appropriation to colored schools, $88.20, included in State 

school tax 

Special appropriation. Act of Assembly 1894 4,000 00 

Sale of outhouse at Lock Lynn 6 00 

Temporary loan from Garrett County Bank 9,550 00 

Balance due treasurer 1,269 63 



$36,683 69 

Disbursements. 

Teachers' salaries — white schools $6,343 34 

Fuel 389 39 

Incidental expenses of schools 317 00 

Rent 129 16 

Books and stationery 612 01 

Building school houses 16,887 27 

Repairing school houses 574 40 

Furniture, black-boards and stoves 905 73 

Interest and discount 385 77 

Salary of secretary, treasurer and examiner 800 00 

Salary of assistant examiner 200 00 

Per diem of School Commissioners 300 00 

Office expenses and account books 141 06 

Printing and advertising 91 70 

Paid to colored schools $98.14, included in above. . . . 

Insurance 62 30 

Freight and hauling 144 56 

Paid Garrett County Bank "temporary loan" 8,400 00 

$36,683 69 



GARRETT 'COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOLS— Receipts and Disburse- 
ments for the Tear ending July 31, 1895. 

Receipts. 



Amount received from State Treasurer $ 88 20 

Amount received from County School Board 9 94 



$ 98 14 

Disbursements. 

Paid for teachers' salaries $90 83 

Incidental expenses 70 

Rent 1 60 

Fuel 3 21 

Repairs 1 80 

$ 98 14 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



143 



HARFORD COUNTY. 



SUMMARY OF SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



FOR SCHOOL TEAK ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 

1805. 1894. 



Number of school houses owned by the county, 79 ; rented 

24; total, 108 103 102 

Frame, 89 ; brick, 6 ; log, 2 ; stone, 6 103 

Number of rooms occupied when the attendance is largest. . 126 
Number of male teachers (principals), white, 19 ; colored 5 ; 

total, 24 24 

Number of female teachers (principals), white, 62; colored, 

15; total, 77 77 

Number of male teachers, (assistants), white, 2 ; colored, ; 

total, 2 2 

Number of female teachers, (assistants), white, 35 ; colored, 

3; total, 38 38 

Total, white 118 ; colored, 23 ; total 141 141 

Number of fenced lots 93 93 

Number of schools having out-buildings 102 101 

Number of schools having sufficient black-boards 84 80 

Number of schools having good furniture 100 100 

Number of terms schools were open — white, 4; colored, 3.. 
Number of different pupils for the year — males — white, 2,931 ; 
colored, 647 ; total, 3,578; females — white, 2,244; colored, 

474; total, 2,718 ■ * 6,296 6,203 

Number of pupils in average attendance, white, 2,811 ; col- 
ored, 487 ; total, 3,298 3,298 3,207 

Number of pupils over 16 years of age — white, 334; colored, 

107; total, 441 441 

Number of official visits paid by examiner 165 



NUMBER OF PUPILS. 
Fall Term. Winter Term. Spring Term. Summer 1 erm. 

On Roll ^ ^'^^'^ 4 449 ^'^^^ 5 449 ^'"^^^ 5 08^ ^'^^O . 

un Koii.. ^^qY^^ 4,44y ^ ^.^ o,44y o,Obv 3,961 

Average Uvhite, 2,674 ..oo 3,152 o n(^(^ 2,773 007. 2,647 ^ 

attendance] col' d, 449 ^'-^^^ 648 598 ^'^^^ 254 ^'^^^ 

1895. 1894. 

Number of pupils in 1st grade, Jan, 1st 1,386 1,343 

2d " " 881 1,269 

3d " " 872 848 

4th " " • 1,019 993 

5th " " 627 611 

6th " " 436 420 

" " above 6th, Jan. 1 364 364 

Number of pupils in book-keeping, 105 ; algebra, 379; physiology, 929; 
geometry, 142; philosophy, 132. 



144 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



HARFORD COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOB THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



O 

o 

M 
n 

O h3 
X3 

B 



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1 IjEliz. E. Tseiter 

2 I T. Marian AndrcAV 

3 IJOressie Bavingtou 

4 IjC. L. Smith, Prin 

lEdw. M. Brown, Priu... 
jMary H. Collison, Ass't. 

IS. P'. Barnett, Prin 

iMary H. Collison, Ass't, 

l|Rosa Swartz 

iGrace Gilletly, Ass't... . 

7 1;S. S. Russell.'. 

8 l Eliz. Meeks 

9l 1 Fanny M. Lochary 



31 15 

35 151 

3ll 20| 

56| 32 



49 37 

46j 30 
38 22 



49; 30 
39! 24 



73 



58 



49 



55 



48 



37 



10 
11 
1 



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5 

6 
7 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 

16 
17 
18 
19 
1 
2 



i;C. Eliz. O'Dell, 

1 Edna Grafton 

2 John S. Hill 

Minnie L. Moore, Ass't 
Helen M. Coale, Ass't.., 
Annie E. Shane, Ass't., 

2 S. E. Scarborough 

Mercy Huff, Ass't 

2 Rube'na Corson 

2P. M. Hutton 

jlreue Miller, x\ss't 

2S. Alice Middendorf 

2:Minnie E. Mason 

2 May Hilditch 

2 Bertha Mi^ynadier 

2Myrtella Haviland 

2 Ernest T. McNutt 

2 Maggie B. Dowlin 

2 Rose Stifler ". . . 

jOeckie Lowe, Ass't 

2 Mary T. O'Brien 

2Clara Hetrick 

2 Alice V. Holmes 

2 Laura B. Taylor 

3 Jennie Grafton 

3 Carrie G. Richardson. . . 

Ursula Grafton, Ass't. . . 

3Lovenia Morrison 

3 Eunice Sibley 



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32' 22 
23 15 
1181 129 



24i 18 



38 
28 



30 
16 



51 



34 



29 24 

52| 33 



16! 11 

2li 13 

14i 12 

23: 14 



165 133 



511 27 42 



43 
27 



74 



59 



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18 24 



48 



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311 23 



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42 82 



301 61 



55 



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30 



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15 



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17 
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56 33 



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17: 11 

261 17 

30! 20 

34 23 

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31 20 

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17 
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18 
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28 



STATE BWAKD OF EDUCATION. 



145 



HARFORD COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPE]SISE8 FOK YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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378 09 
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474 62 
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146 21 



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26 37 
16 38 



6 58 
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48 01 



400 00 
208 22 



509 40 
380 93 



87 41 
30 33 



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146 



ANNUAL RKl'OKT OF TIIK 



HARFORD COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JTLY 3lst, 1895. 



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13 
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15 
16 
18 



Ella Stritcboff 

Hattie S. Poole, Ass't. 
Clara V. Stonebraker, " . 

3 Emma L. Middendorf 

Eva S. Pennington, Ass't. 

Jessie M. Hood 

Annie A. Middendorf 

Annie Andrew, 1st Ass't., 
Mollie Harkins, 1st Ass't.. 

3Cassie A. Locbary 

3Lydia A. Robinson 

Mary A. Coburn, Ass't — 
3 Helen A Bradshaw 

3 Mat!,i?ie A. Keen 

3E. J." Cook, Prin 

D. Edw. Long, Vice-prin.. 
Annie E. Oftley, Ass't. 
Minnie Lee Cbase, " . 
Rosa C. Brown, " . 
Blanche F. Archer, . 

4C. H. Glackin 

Visa R. McClung, Ass't. . 

4 Maggie Offley 

4 Gertie Gross 

Myra Kirk wood, Ass't. . . 

4 Bessie .Anderson 

4Mattie F. Wheeler 

4 Minnie V. Lee 

4Clias. W. Cairnes 

4W. H. Pentz 

Lida V. Coale, Ass't 

4 Eleanor G. Walters 

4 Maud Nelson , 

4Chas. M. Norris 

4 Silas H. Stifler 

W^ heeler 

Gardiner 

Stonebraker. ... 



Wni. A. 
4Mary C. 
4 Clara V. 

Mary Roberts. . . 
4'Carrie Fleagle. . . 
4|E. Flor. Streett.. 
4jFanny J. Lynch. 



96 



71 



43 
57 



25 
43 



35 
47 
240 



85 



76 



110 



51 



83 



32 
38 



53 
70 



19 

30 



31 
55 



25 47 
321 58 
205 246 



57 



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57 



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421 31 

29 20 

67 58 



40 
26 
51 
42 



32 
31 



34 
36 
30 



30 
18 
32 
26 



25 
18 



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24 
18 



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53 
43 
81 



42 
42 
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63 
31 



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48 
52 
36 



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37 



29 
32 
35 
30 



32 
199 



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61 



19 
52 



11 

37 



43 
43 
48 
40 



48 34 
234 196 



69 



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28 33 
20 34 



64 78 



29 
28 
37 



38 
24 



25 
34 
32 
27 



29 
25 
62 



39 
43 
55 



27 
25 
30 



51 

28 



30 
21 



31 
44 
44 
35 



46 
29 
70 



371 
361 
63! 



36| 25 
301 25 



18 25| 17 
33 31 1 23 
25 361 26 

19 34 20 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



147 



HARFORD COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY Si, 1895. 



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27 37 



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106 60 



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784 57 



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475 94 



423 89 
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68 63 
100 19 



111 65 



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21 87 
169 10 



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3 75 
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75 60 



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27 16 
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52 83 



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80 

18 45 



65 
75 



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2 10 

3 11 
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16 55 



300 00 
514 97 



390 68 
676 98 



320 00 
360 OOj 
398 111 
386 30j 
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406 30 
454 84 
517 51 
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83 80 

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72 72 
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21 35 
27 10 



33 88 
32 95 



21 85 
30 35 
21 35 
34 92 



1 25 
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67 58 
1 76 



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381 91 

386 38i 



465 69 
442 35 
441 24 



65 86 
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310 32 
391 10 



422 03 
526 14 



61 64 
75 70 



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399 201 
319 33i 
278 57i 



356 -71 
511 62 
457 73 
368 28 



40 18 
75 68 
53 40 
32 67 



148 



ANNUAL BEPORT OF THE 



HARFORD COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOB THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



c 



Namk of Teacher. 



4jRoss P. Tredway. 
4!H. Belle Glenn. .. 
4! Ray E Chase 



4jMargaret T. Chase. 



Mary B. Dorsey, 

Carrie S. Thomas 

o\V. H. Galbreath 

5 Mamie Sunderland 

Tacy B. Matthews 

5 Martha J. Harry 

5 W. C. Stifler 

Bertha Enfield, Ass't 

5Chas. Middendorf 

5 [^""rank Davis 

Mollie Harkins, Ass't 

5KllieJ. Galbreath 

5 Laura M. Jones 

5 Xellie Gladden 

5 Bessie French 

Lillian M. Brooks 

John B. Scarborough 

Olevia King, Ass't 

5 Mary E. Taylor 

5 .v. F. Galbreath 

N". Grace Andrews, Ass't. . 
Fanny M. Hopkins " . . 

Beulah Clement 

Alice J. Glackin 

Margaret A. Suddler 

Mollie Harkins 

Hugh A. Evans 

Mary Roberts, Ass't 

Kmma Richardson, Ass't.. . 

Chas. T. Wright, Prin 

Chas. T. Wilson, Vice-prin. 
Mattie M. Offley, Ass't. . 
Mary Gibson, " . . 

Sallie P, Galloway, " . . 
Laura B. Tammany, " 
M. Nellie Barron, " .. 
Llsie M. Penning, " . . 



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28 
25 
29 



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43 



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20 
19 
19 



33 
30 



32 24 
61 40 



27 
44 



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33 
33 
72 



20 
114 



36 
30 
23 



83 



423 



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26 



20 
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32 
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47 
31 
37 
47 
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31 
21 



91 



428 



19 

31 
30 



27 
46 



23 
43 



25 
35 
18 
23 
34 
53 



17 
96 



31 
19 
15 



69 



337 



38 
34 
32 
32 



20 
24 
20 
23 



33 
53 



44 
45 
70 



24 
59 



36 
40 
33 
32 
42 
70 



26 
112 



36 
35 
19 



82 



398 



14 

29 



26 
30 
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38 



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STATE BOAED OF EDUCATION. 



149 



HARFORD COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895, 



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325 75 
349 80 
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392 56 



320 00 
390 00 
331 56 
376 26 
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340 68 
401 14 
452 39 
480 64 



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383 96 



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399 76 
722 95 



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544 43 



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278 57 
278 24 



375 20 
329 95 



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397 61 
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145 94 10 80 95 50 



59 41 



4708 36 



5854 39 



865 21 



782 85 



2487 82 



853 561 



21^6 86 



886 63 



41819 75 



52393 201 6530 84 



150 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



HARFORD COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOB THE YEAB ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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Sallie E. Read 

Sadie J. Bailey 

Hattie P. Smith 

John I. Redmond. . . . 
Mary E. Draper. ... 
Rachael E. Banks. . , 
H. M. Washington,. . 
Hannah Price, Ass't. 
Laura V. Wright. . . . 

Emma Brown 

Sarah O. Collins.. . . 

Cordelia Gross 

M. Emma Flibbons. , 

Annie L. Bagby 

Irene Ware 

Maud M. White 

.J. L. Williams 

r E. Jackson, Ass't. 

Robt. E. Saddler 

Hattie Parker , 

Lizzie G. Stevens. . . . 



Lizzie V. Frazier, Ass't. 



16 
30 
37 
19 
53 
33 
27 
92 



34 



43 
27 
29 
18 
29 
25 
56 



33 



75 



676 



13 
19 
29 
11 
32 
19 
17 
62 



24 



34 
15 
14 
12 
21 
17 
33 



26 
51 



449 



27 20 

33 17 

53 36 

31 20 

99 63 

78 37 

40 29 

113 75 



58; 40 



61 
50 
47 
27 
47 
37 
93 



37 
28 
21 
15 
24 
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56 
23 
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32 
15 
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648 



30 
26 
52 
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66 
61 
44 
110 



22 
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34 
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19 
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57 42 



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38 
28 
39 
30 
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15 
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43 



254 



32 
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53 
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115 
67 
42 

142 



64 



64 
51 
45 
28 
29 
38 
98 



61 
29 
91 



1121 



STATE BOAKD OF EDUCATION. 



151 



HARFORD COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPANSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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203 31 
202 70 
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217 11 
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20 85 
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170 9 
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146 60 

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450 33 



276 47 
210 24 
216 01 
186 91 
235 70 
205 15 
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236 44 
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494 62 



96 47 



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149 44 



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5299 98712 43 



152 



STATK BOARD OV EDUCATION. 



HARFORD COUNTY— Staknient of Receipts and DisburHemenU for 
Piiblif School Purposes, for tJie Year Ending July 31, 1895. 

Receipts. 



State school tax $12,99G 55 

State free school fund 2,070 20 

State donations 300 00 

Count)' school tax 23J cents on the $100 29,133 34 

Amount of levy $32,541 13 

Interest on investments 147 45 

Fines and forfeitures 260 00 

Book fees 7,273 47 

Sales of Books to January 1. 1893 124 48 

State appropriation to colored schools , 3,930 12 

Contribution from Calvary school 6 00 

Old stoves and boxes sold 5 00 

Bclair Academic fund 400 00 

Havre de Grace fund 300 00 

Old house at Fountain Green 10 00 

Contribution of J. M. Michael for 16-2 84 00 

Tuition of Baltimore countv pupils 54 00 

Collectors of 1893-4 " 3,398 57 

Bills payable 6,000 00 



$ 66,443 30 

DrsKUUHEMENTB. 

Balance due to Treasurer, July 31, 1894 $ 1,167 05 

Teachers' salaries — white schools 41,819 75 

Fuel 2,487 82 

Incidental expenses of schools 236 86 

Rent 782 85 

Books and stationery 2,739 16 

Building school houses 1,281 28 

Repairing school houscis 853 56 

Furniture, black-boards and stoves 880 63 

Interest and rebate on prepayment of taxes 376 95 

Salary of secretary, treasurer and examiner 1,300 00 

Per diem of School Commissioners 300 00 

Office exju nses and account books 215 27 

Printing and advertising 408 75 

Paid to colored schools 5,499 98 

Bills payable 4,500 00 

Insurance 59 11 

Postage and weekly report cards 117 60 

Institute, including instructor 41 15 

Office rent 85 00 

Harford pupils in Baltimore county schools 165 00 

Fifteen district school libraries 150 00 

State teachers' association ... 10 00 

Exhibit at county fair and share of pre 38 03 

Counsel to board 100 00 

Repairs to office safe 30 00 

Balance cash on hand 801 50 

$ 66,443 30 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 153 

HARFORD COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOLS— Receipts and Disburse- 
ments for the Tear ending July 31, 1895. 

Receipts. 

Amouut received from State Treasurer 3,930 12 

Amount received from County School Board. ... 480 00 

Proportion of sale of old readers 524 81 

Book fees 712 43 

Balance due white fund July 31, 1895 520 31 



$6,167 67 

Disbursements. 

Balance due white fund July 31, 94 $ 667 69 

Paid for teachers' salaries 4,005 20 

Incidental expenses 1 70 

Rent : 34 00 

Fuel 494 62 

Books and stationery 518 55 

Other purposes 445 91 

$6,167 67 



154 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



HOWARD COUNTY. 



SUMMARY OF SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



FOR SCHOOL TEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 

1895. 1894. 

Number of school houses owned by the county, 42 ; rented 

5; total, 47 47 47 

Frame, 46; log, 7; stone, 1 54 

Number of rooms occupied Mhen the attendance is largest. . 63 64 
Number of male teachers (principals), white, 12 ; colored 4 ; 

total, 16 16 16 

Number of female teachers (principals), white, 32; colored, 

9; total, 41 41 42 

Number of female teachers, (assistants), white, 5 ; colored, 

1 ; total, 6 6 6 

Total, white 49; colored, 14; total 63 63 

Number of fenced lots 30 30 

Number of schools having out-buildings 52 50 

Number of schools having sufficient black-boards 20 19 

Number of schools having good furniture '. 44 44 

Number of terms schools were open — white, 4; colored, 3. . 
Number of different pupils for the year — males — white, 1,221 ; 
colored, 385 ; total, 1,606; females — white, 1,015; colored, 

335; total, 1,350 2,956 3,165 

Number of pupils in average attendance, white, 1,144; col- 
ored, 313; total, 1,457 1,457 1,507 

Number of pupils over 16 years of age — white, 80 ; colored, 

35; total, 115 115 91 

Number of official visits paid by examiner 68 

NUMBER OF PUPILS. 

Fall Term. Winter Term. Spring Term. Summer Tem. 

On Roll.. 2,544 ''l^ 2,444 'f,l 2,424 

^aISnc.n;l•t''•28^.'>3^ >,«02 1,383 ^ 

1895. 1894. 

N«mber of pupils in 1st grade, Jan, 1st 589 634 

" " 2d " '* 457 467 

" " 3d " " 484 459 

" 4th " 378 400 

" 5th " " 272 244 

" " 6th " " 164 227 

" " above 6th, Jan. 1 104 98 



Number of pupils in book-keeping, 44 ; algebra, 116; physiology, 437; 
geometry, 34; philosophy, 64; drawiag, 606; Latin, 18. 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



155 



HOWARD COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 



School Houses Built or Enlarged During the Year. 



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156 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



HOWARD COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



Name of Teacher. 



Bessie M. Devau. . . 
1 Larkin A. Shipley. . 
1 Blanche Vansaut . . . 
1 Julia R. Kyne 

1 Chas. A. Thompson. 

ISallie V. Kyne 

3 Elmer M. Haru 

2 Mamie Scott 

2Robt. J. Bennett 

2 Minnie Holtman.. . . 
2E. A. Bennett 

2 Ida Jones 

2jE. L. Linthicum. . . . 
2Myra P. Hobbs... . . 
2Ia. E. Johnston. . . . . 
3E. E. Maxwell 

3 Jos. R. Musser 

SiElizabeth Zepp 

3F. A. Crook 

51 3S. J. Hopkins 

6 3A. S. Pindle 

7 3 Maude R. Mayfield. 

8^ 3 Bessie Leishear 

^ 3 Naomi Leishear.... 
1 4 Rosa M. Ridgely.. . . 
2i 4'Minnie Murphy. . . . 
3| 4!Catharine Vernay.. 
3! 4|Frank E. Smith.... 
3j 4; A. M. Woodward... 
4i 4i Alice M. Dawley. . . 

5| 4|Fannic R. Frost 

6; 4Edith R. Brian 

7! 4 Anna L. Hill 

8; 4l8tella M. Maclin.... 
9^ 4.1. B. Hyatt 

1 Sjlda Brian 

2 SiJeunie Hardey 

3j 5iGeorge Rippard. . . . 

4 5'Mary M. Turner 

Sj 5|Wm. H. Marlow.. . . 

6 5 Flora E. Brian 

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157 



HOWARD COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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158 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



HOWARD COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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Geo. W. Alcorn. . . 

Miriam Poe 

May S. Myerly 



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STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



159 



HOWARD COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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160 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

HOWARD COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



ATTENDANCE FOK THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



Number of schooL 1 


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162 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



HOWARD COVmY— Statement of lieceipts and Dishursem^xts for 
rublic School Pvrposes, for tlie Year ending July 31, 1895. 

Receipts. 

Balance on hand July 81 , 1894 $2 990 44 

State school tax 7 866 32 

State free school fund ] 1 543 53 

State donations, academic fund \ .... . W W . .... . . . 1 200 00 

XJoiinty school tax . . cents on the $100 !...'!.*.".*. 13000 00 

Amount of levy $13,000 00 

.•Sales of Books g3g 29 

State appropriation to colored schools .'*.* . ..* *. . .'. 2,558 05 

Special county grant, building 285 00 

R. A. Dobbin, refunded 74 00 

Fire insurance 393 00 

JBorrawed temporarilj- * 9,017 58 

$39,566 21 

Disbursements. 

Teachers' salaries — white schools $18,509 85 

Fuel 827 33 

Incidental expenses of schools 512 02 

Rent 351 50 

Books and stationery: 1894, $1,072.45, 1895, $400.00.. 1,472 45 

Building school houses 427 64 

Repairing school houses 177 70 

Furniture, black-boards and stoves 72 17 

Fire Insurance 134 80 

Interest 182 52 

/ ^134 68 

Salary of secretary, treasurer and examiner j ggg gg 823 24 

Per diem of School Commissioners .... 299 00 

Office expenses and account books, janitor, $7.40; 

expressage, $27.95 ; postage, $22.66 58 01 

Printing and advertising 90 18 

Paid to colored schools 2,749 10 

Charts and atlases 98 33 

Arrearage in rent, fuel, salary 1894 113 35 

Traveling expense, J. E. Hill*. 250 00 

Bill payable from 1894 2,330 40 

Attorney fees, suit J. E. Hill's bond 100 00 

Temporary loans refunded 9,017 58 

Balance cash on hand 909 09 

139,566 21 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



163 



HOWARD COUNTY— COLORED SCROOLB— Receipts and JXaburtt- 
ments for the Year ending July 31, 1895. 

Receipts. 



Amount i-Qpeived from State Treasurer $ 2,558 05 

Amount received from County School Board 191 05 



$ 2,749 10 

Disbursements. 

Paid for teachers' salaries $2,392 87 

Incidental expenses 55 49 

Rent 60 00 

Fuel... 183 16 

Other purposes 57 58 

$ 2,749 10 



164 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THB 



KENT COUNTY. 



PiiOF. B. B. Pkettyman, 

Secretary State Board of Education. 

You have herewith the Annual Report of the condition of the Schools 
of Kent, for the year eighteen hundred and ninety-five to July 81. 

Despite the earnest eltorts of the Commssionefs and the Examiner, the 
qualihcation of district school trustees has failed in a number of cases, 
and many of the scliools are without a legal board of trustees; This 
is largely owing to the period of the yetir at which the Trustees are 
appointed, and I renew the suggestion made in the last report that the 
('ounty Bt)ard in eacli County be authorized by law to fix the day for the 
annual appointment of Trustees in each county. 

4 

During the school year new and substantial school buildings were 
erected at liock Ilall, and an additional assistant teacher added to the 
school. 

Respectfully submitted, 

EiiKN F. PeukijsS, Sec. 



SUMMMARY OF SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

FOU SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 

1895. 1894. 



Number of school houses owned by the County, 53 ; rented, 

1; occupied 10; total, G4 ! 64 65 

Frame, 61; brick, 3 64 

Number of rooms occupied when the rttcndance is largest. 82 82 
Number of male teachers (principals), white, 11; colored, 

7; total, 18 18 18 

Number of female teachers (principals), white, 33; colored, 

11; total, 44 44 44 

Number of female teachers (assistants), white, 19 ; colored, 

colored, 1 ; total, 20 20 19 

Total, white, 63; colored, 19; total, 82 82 82 

Number of fenced lots 30 30 

Number of schools having out-buildings 54 53 

Number of schools having sufficient blackboards 58 58 

Number of schools having good furniture 52 51 

Numbei" of terms schools were open — white, 4; colored, 

(5, 4 terms), others 3 1-5 

Number of dilferent pupils for the year — males — white. 976; 
colored, nil; tf)tal, 1 ,587 ; females — white, 1,191; colored, 

092; total, 1,8S3 3,470 3,437 

Number of puj)ils in average attendance — white, 1,276; col- 
ored, 523; total, 1,799 , 1,799 1,824 

Number of pupils over 16 years of age, white, 111; colored, 

84; total, 195 195 218 

Number of oflicial school visits paid by examiner 143 153 



statp: board of education, 



165 



KENT COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 
Number of Pupils. 



Fall Term. Winter Term. Spring Term. Summer Term. 

On "Roll I white, 1,806 ^ 2,027 0-15^ 1'926 oqi't 0492 

<Jn Koll.. j-col'd, 804 "'^^^ 1,127 '"'^^^ 991 754 "'^^"^ 

Average ^ white, 1,308 1,^23 -, 1,259 . 1,217 . 

attendance f col' d, 466. '^^"^ 590 ^'^^^ 515 ^''^^ 524 ^''^^ 

1895. 1894. 

Number of pupils in 1st grade January 1st 787 989 

2d " 517 563 

3d " 496 516 

4th " 455 394 

5th]; " 331 351 

" 6th " 214 213 

. " above 6th " 105 129 



Number of pupils in book-keeping, 106; algebra, 114; physiology, 622; 
geometry, 28; philosophy, 28; drawing, 5^5; Latin, 14. 



School Houses Built or Enlarged During the Yeae. 



No. of School. 


District. 


Material. 


Cost. 


Length. 


Width. 


Height. 


Square feet of 
Blackboard. 


Outbuildings. 


Fences. 


Cost of Furni- 
ture. 


3 


5 




$1,392 12 


* 






388 


1 es. 


Yes 


$197 08 



*0ne two-story building 28x24. first story 10 feet: second story 9 feet; and a 
vestibule 10x24. A one-story building attached 20x24, celling 10 feet. 



166 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



KENT COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE TEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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Helen Power 

2 1 Henry Tonkin 

Victorine Power.... 
M. E. B. Mallalieu.. . 

3 1 Annie B. Cooper.... 

4 1 Katharine Parsons.. . 

5 lEva Hart 

6 iThos. B. Long 

Carrie Meredith 

Ollie Price 

7 I Mary E. Price 

8 llrene H. Gooding 

9 1 Linda S. Lusby 

10 1 Clara H. Bryan 

1 2 Josephine Harris. . . . 

2 2 Bertha Miller 

3 2 Mary E- Moore 

Gussie D. Cannan. . . 

2 Lawrence J. Smyth.. 
iMary Pennington . . . 

5 2 Eliziibeth Fowler . . . . 

6 2 Milton Melvin 

2lsaac R. Starkey 

Sadie E. Burgess. . . . 

8 2S. Blanche McKnett. 

9 2Marv E. Nowland. . . 

1 3Fred'k Wilson 

9 3 Helena Link 

Cora Hynsou 

3 3 Mary M. Thomas 

4 3 William G. Smyth . . . 

5 3Saml. W. Wallis. . . . 

6 3jM. Kate Goodhand. . 
|M. Emma Hadaway.. 

7 3 Fanny E. Wilson 

8 '3 Mamie Catlin 

1 4 Bettie T. Wallis 

2 4Laura R. A. Thomas. 
4Thos. H. Topping. . . 

|Jeannette Gooding. . 
iNellie Walters 



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38 
40 
54 
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257 



STATE BOARD OP^ EDUCATION. 



167 



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EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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40 00 



13 00 



9 90 

5 76 

6 00 
141 00 



3 06 

4 31 

2 30^ 

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1 32: 



10 



75 



333 OOi 

322 50; 
360 00: 
320 63! 
360 OOj 

323 251 
693 73, 



365 41 
352 46 
381 17 
350 83 
387 93 
346 95 
886 21 



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6 19;. 
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686 801 



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19 8o; 
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320 68! 
360 OOi 
798 41 1 



342 30 
385 30 
849 01 



20 00 
18 70 
20 00 
29 75 



21 00 



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2 97; 

3 10 19 25 
2 48! 



319 03! 

360 00| 

358 31! 

694 29i 



342 95 
381 67 
400 66 
747 52 



20 00 
22 36 
15 00 
26 44 



4 00 



17 27 



20 15 

21 50 

19 50 

20 13 
116 07 



921 
82 
4 40 
8 00 



1 751 



27 27 
7 00 

23 73 
5 00 

76 70 



4 85 
1 50 
4 56 
1 19 
12 73 



315 59i 

351 OOi 

331 !88i 

681 04| 



342 26 
374 18 
350 68 
732 75 



5 40 
16 53 



360 OOj 
350 91! 
356 65! 
324 OOi 
2508 96 



412 27 
382 61 
404 44 
355 72 
2742 90 



168 



ANNUAL RKl'ORT OV THE 



KENT COUNTY SCHOOL STxVTISTICS-Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAK ENDING JULY 31, 189"). 



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Fall 
Term. 



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Term. 



Spring , Summer 
Term. ; Term. 



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10 



4]M. Julia Thompson. 

Fanny Stuart 

Emma F. Davis. . . . 

Emma McFeeley. . . 
4 John F. Copper. . . . 
4 Florence Jewell. . . . 
4 Sophie Miller 

4 Bertha E. Price 

Mabel L. Price 

5V. Belle Coleman.. . 

J. A. Greeawood. . . 

Jessie Cooper 

Annie M. Trew 

Mary Camp 

SLillie D. Shaw 

Clara VanDyke. . . . 

Eva Gresham 

Hettie Haddaway.. . 

Acca x\. VanDyke. . 

Virginia Johnson. . . 

Miriam fjeaverton.. 

5 Caroline J. Sinvth. . 



16' 12 

281 19 

31i 23 

16i 1« 

m 1:2 

o4i 151 

145: 1101 



26! 16 

34! 1>^ 

83! 27 

20' 13 

16i 11 

41 26 



174 



76 48 



95 



40 
25 
45 
22 
26 



16 
32 
IH 
16 
21 



43 
25 



125 



15 
28 
33 
20 
14 
41 
179 



16 22 17 
19 

22 

It 



15 8 

281 18 



29 
29 
33 
20 
21 



13 17 11 

llj 14| 9 

25! 37, 221 47 

118i 168; 1241 182 



53 



20 
15 



441 28 
30! 15 



84: 34 61! 35! 101 



311 
26 



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30 



18' 24 



13 
15 



38j 29! 
22 12! 



36 27 



18 



321 18i 80 12i 23 



30; 22 



32 



32 



10 
14 

22 



1 806 1 303!2027i 1 823 1 926' 1259! 1 738 1217 2167 



52 
32 
48 
30 
38 
87 



Sa'ATE BOARD OF KDCCATION. 



169 



KENT COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 



EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



Number of school. 


Election district. 


a 
o 

Pi 


Fuel. 


Repairs. 


Other incidental expenses. 


Furniture, blackboards, 
stoves. 


Teachers' salaries for thi 
year. 


Total expenses. 


Receipts from books. 


3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
1 
2 
3 

4 

5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 


4 

4 

4 
4 
4 

5 
5 
5 












































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27 41 
19 51 
18 75 
21 50 

14 38 


5 93 
1406 


2 30 
2 01 
5 57 
R 50 




390 00 
350 10 
356 40 
311 11 
313 25 
359 17 
1296 45 


425 64 
373 92 
400 59 
341 06 
333 12 
394 47 
1578 69 






2 30 
5 87 










4.9! . 






21 00 
45 90 






15 

197 03 






24 77 


13 06 





































5 




36 00 

20 15 
15 25 
18 30 
15 87 
17 70 
25 00 




5 93 


1 25 


700 00 


743 18 










5 




110 72 
48 50 
3 40 




29 


345 37 
359 10 
352 89 
333 00 
342 00 
356 37 


476 53 
429 70 
375 93 
354 55 
368 01 
383 20 


5 
5 




6 85 
1 34 
5 68 
3 06 
1 83 










5 
5 





5 25 






















1116 34 


699 13 


199 80 


260 77 


21936 65 


24229 95 









170 



ANNUAL REPORT OF TH !•: 



KENT COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATLSTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOB THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1896. 



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55 



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Term. 



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Terra. 



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Term. Term. 



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1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
1 
2 
3 

4 
1 
2 
3 
4 
1 

2 
1 

2 
3 



1 Susan E. Lucas 

1 Jas. H. Warner 

1 Oliver P. Dickerson 
1 Daul. J. Pinkett 

1 Bessie jNI. Rust 

2 Mary E. Terrv 

2 W. H. Griffin/. 

2 C. C. Alexander 

Roxana Yancy 

2 Mary S. Wayman.. . 

3 Alex. B. Nichols.. . . 
3D. Ella R. Johnson. 
3 Ardella B. Mitchell. 
3 Lea Y. Lee 



Abel Cromwell 

Georgia Mitchell. . . . 
4Theophilns K. Bruce. 
5|M. E. Roberts 

|L. D. Brooks 

5jQueen Thompson.. . . 
5 

5 Mary C Pry or 



44 

27 
26 
42 
18 
46 
56 
36 



33 
30 
17 
30 
06 
160 



26 
15 
13 
31 
9 

20 

38 



70 
48 
33 
61 

37 
65 
72 



33 
25 
19 
43 
18 
24 
50 



... 52 

241 53 

21| 36 

lOl 30 



44 
38 
32 
61 
37 
55 
68 



201 
33 



37 
89 



93 160 



23 
20 
11 
14 
42 
104 



28 
26 
21 
41 

16 

25 
28 



63 
27 



28; 76 29 
151 61 27 



58 33: 94 54 



25 15i 53 27 



I. 



804 4661127 590 



43 
43 
3? 
20 
28 
73 
147 



69 
65 



78 



49 



17 
19 
18 
13 
14 
40 
90 



33 
29 
22 
48 
21 
41 
50 



21 
51 
23 
21 
17 
60 



26 
25 
15 
45 
16 
28 
37 



73 
48 
45 
66 
39 
77 
80 



14 
24 
20 
7 
12 
36 



130; 87 



55 
70 
43 
32 
40 
95 
193 



28 
30 



34 
27 



991 515 



42 
53 



Q4 
'28 



35 
41 



102 
70 



33 



122 



23 



53 



524 1303 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



171 



KENT COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



Number of school. ] 


Election district. 


Rent. » 


Fuel. 


Repairs. 


Other incidental expenses. 


Furniture, blackboards, 
stoves. 


1 

Teachers' salaries for the 
year. 


— 

Total expenses. 


Receipts from books. 


1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
1 
2 
3 

4 
1 

2 
3 
4 
1 

2 
1 

2 
3 
4 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 




20 00 
20 00 
20 00 








192 10 
196 89 
250 00 
194 69 
198 15 
200 47 
200 47 


212 10 
216 89 
















195 36 




20 17 








212 54 
218 15 
223 93 
594 89 






20 00 
22 25 
20 00 










2 
2 
2 

2 
3 
3 
3 
8 
4 

4 
5 

5 

5 
5 








1 21 
87 47 






286 95 














20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
24 25 
20 00 
46 00 






3 82 


183 19 
237 26 

199 14 
250 00 
198 16 

200 47 
493 93 


207 01 
287 94 

219 14 
273 75 
232 41 

220 47 
551 83 






30 68 
















8 75 
10 00 












: 










8 25 


1 55 


2 10 






" — 1 - — 






20 00 
24 83 


5 11 






200 47 
187 68 


225 58 
216 60 






4 09 


















17 70 








250 00 


267 70 


• • 




7 15 


1 00 






20 00 




191 21 


211 21 
8 15 






























392 88 


551 34 


2 55 


114 77 


4024 28 


5085 82 







17-2 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



KENT COV^TY—Statcv^nt of ReceipU and Disbursements for PuMic 
School Pnrposeii, for the Year Ending July 31, 1895. 

Receipts. 

Balance on baud July 31, 1894 $ 5,385 75 

State school tax 8,002 29 

State tree school fund 1,621 25 

County school tax cents on the iJlOO 15,000 00 

Amount of levy $15,000 00 

Fines and forfeitures, local option Vaw 426 00 

State appropriation to colored schools 3,909 25 

Oyster licenses, white 917 14 

Oyster licenses, colored 315 31 



$35,476 99 

Disbursements. 

Teachers' salaries — white schools $21,936 65 

Fuel 1,116 34 

Incidental expenses of schools 199 80 

Rent 90 00 

Books and stationery for indigent pupils 17 26 

Building school houses 1,392 12 

Repairing school houses 699 13 

Furniture, black-boards and stoves 260 77 

Registers and reports 42 10 

Postage 16 36 

Salary of secretary, treasurer and examiner 1,200 00 

Delegates to associations 21 80 

Per diem of School Commissioners 300 00 

Office expenses and account books 7 55 

Printing and advertising 52 85 

Record fees 10 75 

School lot 20 00 

PAID TO COLORED SCOOLS. 

Teachers" salaries 4024 28 

Repairs 551 34 

Incidentals 2 55 

Furniture, &c 114 77 

Fuel 392 88 ' 

School lot 36 60 

Record fee 1 25 

Balance cash on hand 2.909 78 

$35,476 99 



STATE BOARD OK EDUCATION. 173 

KENT COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOLS— Beceipts and DisbursemenU 

for the Year ending July 31, 1895. 

Receipts. 

Amount received from State Treasurer 3,909 25 

Taxes of colored taxpayers 437 06 

Oyster licenses 315 31 

Overpaid, to balance > 1,712 46 



$ 6,364 08 

Disbursements. 

Overpaid as per last account 838 41 

Paid for teachers' salaries 4,024 28 • 

Incidental expenses 2 55 

Repairs and building 551 34 

Fuel 392 88 

Furniture 114 77 

Other purposes 402 00 

Lot and record fees 37 85 

1 6,364 08 



174 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 



SUMMARY OF SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

FOR SCHOOL TEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 

1895. 1894. 

Number of school houses owned by the county, 99; rented 



2; total, 101 101 97 

Frame, 97; log, 3; stone, 1 101 97 

Number of rooms occupied when the attendance is largest. . 121 
Number of male teachers (principals), white, 35; colored 10; 

total, 45 45 47 

Number of female teachers (principals), white, 41 ; colored, 

19; total, 60 60 56 

Number of male teachers, (assistants), colored, 1 ; total, 1... 1 
Number of female teachers, (assistants), white, 11; colored, 

4; total, 15 15 15 

Total, white 87; colored, 34; total 121 121 118 

Number of fenced lots 25 21 

Number of schools having out-buildings 105 103 

Number of schools having sufficient black-boards 101 101 

Number of schools having good furniture 101 101 

Number of terms schools were open — white, 4 ; colored, 4. 
Number of different pupils for the year — males — white, 2,137; 
colored, 1,179 ; total, 3,316 ; females — white, 1,855; colored, 

994; total, 2,849 6,165 5,966 

Number of pupils in average attendance, white, 2,078 ; col- 
ored, 1,211 ; total, 3,289 3,289 3,134 

^ Number of pupils over 16 years of age — white, 356; colored, 

160; total, 516 516 427 

Number of official visits paid by examiner 71 



NUMBER OF PUPILS. 
Fall Term. Winter Term. Spring Terra. Summer .erm. 

^ -D „ ( white, 3,177 , „^ , 3,478 ^ .q-r '^'^^^ f. ^/lo 2,830 > ^rrn 

On Roll., -jcol'd, 1,527 '^''^^ 1.949 ^'^^^ 1,908 ^'^^ i;445 ^,275 

Average Uvhite, 2,148 2,179 3 1,999 3 1,988 3 3 

attendance ( col d, 1,082 ' 1,248 ' l,o05 ' 1,210 ' 

1895. 1894. 

Number of pupils in 1st grade, Jan, 1st 1400 1461 

2d " " 801 746 

" " ' 3d " " 936 892 

" " 4th " 916 933 

5th " " 727 723 

6th " " 489 345 

" " above 6th, Jan. 1 116 81 



Number of pupils in book-keeping, 167; algebra, 250; physiology, 1,055; 
geometry, 123; philosophy, 149; drawing, 783; Latin, 74. 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 175 
MONTGOMERY COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 



School Houses Built or Enlarged During the Year. 



No. of School. 


District. 


Material. 


Cost. 


Length. 


Width. 


Height. 


Square feet of 
Blackboard. 


Outbuildings. 


Fences. 


Cost of Furni- 
ture. 


1 


3 


Frame 


$520 GO 


32 


22 


12 


63 


Yes. 


No. 


$78 66 


6 


5 




268 94 


28 


20 


12 


57 






12 00 


3 


7 


jFrame 


597 25 


32 


22 


12 


63 






123 97 


4 


12 




150 00 


20 


20 


12 


57 






40 52 


1 


2 


Frame 


394 00 


30 


22 


10 


63 






100 12 


1 


3 


Frame 


122 99 


24 


20 


10 


57 








2 


10 




400 00 


32 


22 


10 


63 






130 49 


1 


11 


Frame 


383 50 


32 


22 


10 


63 






115 43 



176 



ANNUAL REPOKT OF THE 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



Name of Teacher. 



Fall 
Term. 



o 

a 
O 



Winter 
Term. 



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Spring 
Term. 



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03 C 



Summer 
Term. 



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»- a* 



»-" rzs 

a 



Ijida S. Dove 

1 Cecelia Kilgoiir 

lIDorsey L. Baker 

lILorena L. Bennett 

2 Cora E. Cecil 

1 Jessie M. Clark 

1 yi'Aij P. Story 

2 Wm. U. Bowman 

2|Richard O. MuUikin.. . 

2 Bradley K. Purdum.. . 

2:Sarah J. Sibley 

2| Frank A. Pearre 

21 Mary E. Green 

2j\yillis O. Rhodes 

3|B. Duvall Chambers. . . 

3 Robt. W. Stout 

3| Willie Beall 

SJames E. Phillips 

3iEmma R. Thomas 

3[ James F. Byrne 

3;Sarah Elgin, Ass't 

41 Wm. L. Avis 

4iLucy Garrett, Ass't. 

4 Annie M. Baker " 
4 Constance Abert " 

4 Julian F. Walters 

4'Chas. G. Petty 

4 Blanche E. Braddock. . 
4;Marion L. Groomes 

4 Helen L. Ricketts 

4| Margaret E. Schaeffer. 
5iMary E. McCeney . . . . 

5 Sarah G. Soper 

o! Alice McCullough 

SjEmilie T. Brooke 

5 Francis W. Nehouse. .. 
5; Wilson G. Johnson. . . . 

George M. Boyer 

CMinnie McAtec 

elllerbert S. Darby 

filBettie M. Padgett 

TiFIelen D. Bailev 



62 47 71 



471 30 
22 17 



32| 24 
341 24 



57 
25 
36 
35 

32i 27| 32 
46i 26| 61 
471 35! 55 
46j 28! 
59' sr 



63! 35i 
2 ■ 



60 
68 
60 
29 



21 

331 22! 36 
21 16! 28 
331 23 
30 20 
38; 27 



29 
31 
51 



35 341 47 
54 33 66 



172 



44! 71 



23 
18 
23 



101 164 



50! 40 
35i 24 



38! 55 
15! 22 
30 
^ 35 
34 
33! 57 
39! 54 
33; .50 
33! 70 
32 61 
19 26 
27 39 
19 25 
20| 31 
24! 31 
30 47 
42| 51 
47! 65 



113 



23! 
36 



13 
19 



551 34 
42 28 
21 
37 



161 



34! 23 



25 
17 



oo 

24 
28 



31 
27 
31 
37 

45I 

51j 31; 

29! 22 

51! 36 

361 23I 

39| 21: 

24 15 



49 
37 

131 18 
19' 36 
36! 20| 38 
33! 26 32 
27 



2o! 19 

40' 24 

43! 22 

51 28 



43! 61 44 75 



27 40 

11' 18 

18! 29 

16 30 
22; 33 
25 38 
37 45 
25 27 
33 45 
27 40 
16! 22 
25| 38 

17 21, 
20 27! 



28| 64 

14! 28 

19| 39 

15| 45 

231 35 

201 67 

35| 59 

13| 66 

30| 88 

31 80 

16i 34 



22 
30 
48 
41 



95 



31 

40! 
36 
671 



29 
17 
20 
22 
34 
36 
47 



149 107 



18 



14 



52 
35 
51 
37 
43 
31 
21 



27 
22 
31 
21 
21 
14 
15 



42! 

38 

41 

56 

36! 

48: 

351 
39I 
29 
18 



301 46 

22} 31: 

111 15 

17 23 

22' 32 

251 25 

19 22! 

26 35 

18| 20, 

231 27. 

30| 41 1 

24I 29; 

30| 49 

311 30: 



41 

30 
39 
82 
53 
61 
71 



180 



39 58 
19 42 
12 24 



12 
23 
23 
19 



43 
42 
83 
86 



24 42 



20 
15 
14 



36 

21 1 
I81 



13 
19 
28 
22 
38 
23 
22 
12 
12 



45 
61 
61 
36 
63 
39 
45 
34 
22 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOB YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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6 
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3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
1 
2 
3 
4 



2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 



53 



03 



26 14 



12 50 
12 50 

10 00 

15 00 

11 75 
14 00 
19 75 
28 00 
31 37 

12 50 
12 50 

7 88 
23 45 

16 00 
26 00 

17 25 
25 50 
55 78 



71 81 



16 50 

12 00 

17 50 
23 50 

13 40 
30 20 

7 25 

17 00 
12 00 
16 50 

12 00 
15 00 
15 90 
11 00 

13 00 

18 88 



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47 55 
12 25 

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1 00 
8 73 
5 00' 



6 48 

2 40! 
6 94| 

5 35! 
1 95 

3 00 

6 29i, 
6 58| 
6 251 
1 83l 
8 89|, 



105 37i 
7 41! 
10 251 



27 00 



2 00 
'4 60 



13 50 
4 50 



5 00 
17 20 



75 
45 00 

"37'25 
5 00 
55 00 



50 



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10; 
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35 
65 



78 66| 
15 60 
37 90 
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10 09 



13 00 19 95 



62 
35 
30 
74 
38 
2 38 

1 20 
4 31 
6 94 

2 96 

3 70 
2 30 



40 
51 
89 
08 
00 



13 25 



1 00 
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12 08 



78 17 



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499 28 
197 16 
469 88 
312 99 
344 09 

363 26 
356 97 
405 97 
481 34 
439 90 
490 24 
427 32 

811 17 

426 26 
331 32 
309 97 
333 97 
459 87 
437 09 
527 80 

812 97 
637 55 
405 40 
386 29 

405 41 
489 34 
385 80 
340 18 
333 13 
344 97 

406 67 
304 35 
365 22 
350 34 
416 87 

427 13 
359 97 
472 79 
333 73 

364 97 
302 13 
267 33 



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38 


68 


734 


58! ■ ■ 




496 


71 


27 


44 


342 


62 


4 


28 


408 


58 


13 


87 


395 


86 


1 


18 


370 


67 


9 


40 


429 


32 


27 


13 


508 


38 


45 


02 


588 


08 


41 


03 


543 


76 


39 


19 


455 


56 


29 


80 


332 


56 


16 


15 


441 


95 


26 


96 


442 


25 


16 


88 


343 


17 


8 


94 


484 


88 


20 


36 


484 


61 


41 


08 


475 


40 


32 


48 






50 


75 


920 


19 






117 OS 












1956 


91 






511 


57 


22 


87 


409 


23 


27 


61 


375 


23 


13 


57 


380 


37 


12 


62 


858 


75 


17 


27 


439 


25 


30 


63 


320 


38 


7 


40 


405 


66 


18 


23 


373 


18 


7 


53 


437 


08 


7 


93 


491 


58 




30 


389 


35 


9 


09 


527 


34 


22 


34 


354 


24 


17 


41 


442 


66 


17 


78 


325 


09 


6 


54 


348 


50 


6 


31 



12 



178 



ANNUAL REPORT OF TUK 



MONTGOMI^RY COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



O 

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2 

3j 7 Eleanor M. Chambers. 

1 8 Ella M. Henderson 

2 8 Sarah P. Brooke 

:3 8 Willie Belle Porter 

■4 8 Isabel Jones 

-41 8 Bessie L. Miller 

T) 8Lavinia Brown 

6 8Myra H. Wolfe ', 

1 OjEd. L. Amiss 

Ti 9i Annie M. INIyers, Ass't 

'-2 9 Julia Kinir 

3 9 Jos. L. W^alters 

•4 9 John M. Gaither. 

5 91 James E Duvall 

6 9| Vernon D. Watkins 

llOiLelia N. Schaeller 

210 Elizabeth Eagle 

SjlOKlizabeth A. Veirs 

4|l()Emma E. Scheirer 

I ll; Warren Price 

2illiA. G. Ilarley 

2ill Marjorie Harley, x\ss't — 

SllManoma E. Dixson 

4ill'lrene M. Young 

4lll Sarah E. Byrne 

Sll'Margaret B. Waesche 

eiliEdward O. Zeigler 

71liElizabeth L. Young 

lll2|John T. Baker 

112lMima R. Hobbs, Ass't 

212!Claude Duvall 

3(121 W^illis B. Burdette 

4!l2 Columbus W. Day 

5il2Jcremiah L. Burdette 

6|l2 Louise C Etchison 

llSiMary D. Hardy 

2l3Sam'l A. Layman 

2 18 Rose Clark, Ass't 

3113 Agnes T. Fenwick , 

4 13 Ernest A. Zeigler 

413Lemira A. Langille, Ass't, 



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31 

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381 21| 29, 

80 53; 741 



58 
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14 
14 
221 
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56 
46 
36 
35 
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43 
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27i 13 
231 17 
80 54 



38 67 
26 61 



24 
21 
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26 321 

31 1 35: 

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25I 43 

2l| 43| 

39 46 

51 561 



28 
44 
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38 
19 



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381 
491 



60! 39 



22 
14 
14 
46 



21 49i 24 47 



34 
70 



23 
28 
23 
50 



26 
52 



35 22 



67 
33 
66 



36 
20 
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291 18 
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37 
55 
32 
66 



32 
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20 
23 
27 
20 
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15 
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63: 43 



55 
57 
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531 421 71 

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34; 18! 49 

30; 20! 46 

41 23! 71 

34 26 51 

61 47 73 



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77 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



179 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR TEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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417 


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504 21 


43 67 


369 


41 


395 


63 


22 91 


467 


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497 


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16 93 


361 


70 


389 


63 


15 07 


494 


89 


535 


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587 


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66 73 


50 


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670 


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97 


529 


72 


30 77 


273 


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48 


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372 


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94 


348 


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329 


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315 


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337 


92 


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537 


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434 


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404 


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388 


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404 99 


23 83 


453 


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20 33 


351 


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372 


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530 


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308 


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367 


26 


429 


63 


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559 


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320 


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180 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOB THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31. 1895. 



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13Caleb N. Warlield.. . 
13: Mary E. Warfield.. . 
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13 A<2:nes Xourse 

13:Willy Peter, Ass't. . . 



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3117 21 48 3478 2179 3334 1999 2830 1988 3992 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



181 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 



EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY SI, 1895. 



Number of school. 


Election district. 


Rent. 


Fuel. 

1 


Repairs. 


Other incidental expenses. 


Furniture, blackboards, 
stoves. 


Teachers' salaries for the 
year. 


Total expenses. 


Receipts from books. 


5 
6 
6 
7 
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8 


13 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 




18 00 
10 00 


8 88 
8 00 


2 96 
4 00 


13 44 


403 12 
222 51 
148 42 
421 34 
509 97 
308 09 


448 45 


9 50 
17 42 

2 90 
46 20 








393 91 
453 86 




16 00 
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8 20 
11 48 






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1412 16 


765 62 


314 25 


799 48 


'34045 37 


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182 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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1 Louisa V. McAbee.. . 
1 Matthew G. Thomas. 
1 Susan A. Frazier. . . . 



2|Gertrude E. Webster 

2 Lucy J. Gordon 

3 Sarah Dickson 

3 Nat. Stubbs, Ass't 

3 Mary F. Whitley 

3 Kate E. Gales 

3 Mary Wims, Ass't 

4;Wm. H, Procton 

4'Catherine H. Draper, Ass't. 

4 Peter J. Bacon 

5'Andrew A. Davis 

5' Annie M. Powell 

5'Louis H. Hill... 



21 
63 
24 
47 
25 
73 



15 
53 
15 
25 
17 
61 



731 
80 



70 
54 



1541 112 



6Georgie Browne 

6'Wm. T. Luckett 

6Giles F. White 

SSophronia H. Hodges 

SHattie E. Wallace, Ass't. 

SjAdelaide V. Hill 

blJohn W. Hopkins 

8 Mary Brown, Ass't 

S Ellen N. Nettles 

9 Mary J. Ford 

9 Wm. E. Fletcher 

lO.Florence Johnson 

10 Andrew H. Hatton 

lOLucinda Tibbs. 
11 
11 
11 
12 



13Martha A. Browne. 



Rachel L. Miller.. . 
Kubie H. Adams. . 

Alice Gordon 

Mary F. Thurston. 



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31 
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38 



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26 
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32 
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97 
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24 
63 
27 
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83 
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92 



23 
25 
52 
52 
34 
34 
30 
78 



44 
77 
45 
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105 
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124 



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34 
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93 
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40 
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37 
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22 
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26 
19 
67 
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23 
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33 
61 
93 

106 
53 
55 
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122 



25 
56 
25 
45 
48 
81 



85 
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85 



67 
72 



57 
67 
39 
21 
36 
29 
91 



63 
30 
67 

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21 
37 
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59 
42 
43 
38 
68 



15 
40 
26 
50 
45 
70 



15 
36 
19 
11 
42 
67 



75 

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75 
61 



111 



95 



48 
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52 
71 
53 
114 



105 
97 



166 



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12 
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21 
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18 
22 
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110 
53 
62 
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133 



107 
101 



57 
68 
42 
32 
43 
30 
97 



67 
40 
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STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



isa 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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4 71 



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3 34 
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108 33 



39 50 



7 40 
130 49 



115 43 



448 09 



137 78 

165 34 

138 82 
135 99 
140 36 

166 59 
107 69 
166 59 
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139 47 

166 59 
138 82| 

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138 821 

137 78| 
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138 83 
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191 30i 
154 651 
251 73 
163 26 

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192 39 
195 52! 
234 57i 
169 11! 
180 24i 
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161 78 21 18 

484 83 

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152 34| 6 69 
286 51 
155 12 
303 OS 




5069 25 6165 09311 67 



8 68 
17 79 
14 35 

1 20 

9 51 
12 54 



MONTGOMERY COUmY— Statement of Receipts and Dishursenients 
for Public School Purposes, for tlie Tear Ending July 31, 1895. 

Recetpts. 

Balance on hand Julv 31, 189.") I 575 94 

State school tax 18,293 51 

State free school fund 2,684 74 

Count V school tax — cents on the ^100 26,500 00 

Amount of levy $26,500 00 

Sales of Books 2,081 81 

State ai^propriation to colored schools 6,214 36 

Sale of <rhool house and lot, No. E. D. 7 250 00 



I 51,600 36 

Disbursements. 

Teachers' salaries — white schools $34,045 37 

Fuel 1,412 16 

Incidental expenses of schools 314 25 

Rent 42 34 

Books and stationery 2,211 61 

Building school houses 1,536 79 

Repairing school houses 765 62 

Furniture, black-boards and staves 799 48 

Counsel fee 15 00 

Discount 133 17 

Salary of secretary, treasurer and examiner 1,200 00 

Insurance 164 09 

Per diem of School Commissioners 211 10 

Office expenses and account books 92 50 

Printing and advertising 94 90 

Paid to colored, schools 7,493 52 

Books for indigent pupils 163 22 

School district libraries 176 23 

Lot for No. 6. E. D. 8 75 00 

Lot for No. 7. E. D. 9 100 00 

Surveys and plats 15 00 

Writing and Recording Deeds 17 15 

Postage 44 45 

State teachers' association 10 00 

Plans for school houses 25 00 

Freight on books 13 58 

Balance cash on hand 428 83 

$ 51,600 36 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 185 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY— COLORED SCB.OOLS— Receipts and Dis- 
bursements for the Year Ending July 31, 1895. 

Receipts. 

Unexpended balance of previous appropriation $714 90 

Amount received from State Treasurer 6,214 36 

Amount received from County Scliool Board. . . 575 76 

$7,505 02 

Disbursements. 



$7,502 02 . 



186 



ANNUAL EEPORT OF THE 



PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY. 



Upper Marlboro, Md., September l^th, 1895. 

Prof. E. B. Pkettyman, 

Secretary State Board of Education. 

Dear Sir : — We respectfully submit herewith the Report of the Public 
Schools of Prince George's County for the year ending July 31st, 1895. 

AVe can add but little information to that given in the accompanying 
tables. The scliools were kept open for ten months, and did fairly good 
work. The teachers were generally acceptable to the people, and as a body 
really efficient w-orkers, humbly earning the money paid them. 

The school question is certainlj- a live one here, rather too much so, 
since the resources of school and county have been severely taxed to meet 
the many demands made on them by the people. 

We closed the schools w^ith a small cash balance ; with no outstanding 
debts. So wc are satisfied with the results of the past year, and hopeful 
for the future. 

With a sincere desire for the continued success of our school system, 
and w ith a firm belief in its great advantages to the people of the State, 
we are. 

Respectfully yours, 

Wm. W. DrvALL, Pres't, 
H. H. Sassckr, 
J. S. Wilson. 



STATK BOARD OF EDUCATION. 187 



SUMMMARY OF SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

FOll SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 

1895. 1894. 

Number of school houses owned by the County, 81 ; rented. 



1; total, 82 82 81 

Frame, 80; brick, 1 81 

Number of rooms occupied when the attendance is largest. 98 95 
Number of male teachers (principals), white, 12; colored, 

8; total, 20 20 1» 

Number of female teachers (principals), white, 47; colored, 

18; total, 65 65 70 

Number of male teachers (assistants), white, 1 ; colored, 1 ; 

total 2 2 

Number of female teachers (assistants), white, 14; colored, 

1; total, 15 15 14 

Total, white, 74; colored, 28; total, 102 102 103 

Number of fenced lots 8 8 

Number of schools having out-buildings 82 81 

Number of schools having sufficient blackboards 82 81 

Number of schools having good furniture 81 81 

Number of terms schools were open — white, 4; colored, 4. .. 
Number of diiferent pupils for the year — males — white, 1,671 ; 
colored, 892; total, 2,563; females — Avhite, 1,603; colored, 

841 ; total, 2,444 5,007 4,869 

Number of pupils in average attendance — white, 1,706; col- 
ored, 681 ; total, 2,387 2,387 2,484 

Number of pupils over 16 years of age, white, 97 ; colored, 

103; total, 200 200 205 

Number of official school visits paid by examiner 155 192 

Number of Pupils. 

Fall Term. Winter Term. Spring Term. Summer Term. 

On T?nii > white, 2,799 . 2,797 . ohq 2,614 . 2,429 . 

On Roll.. ^'2^3 4,092 ^ 4,309 ^^gg^ 4,001 ^^^^^ 4,648 

Average ? white, 1,898 ^ «n4 '^^'^ 2 ^ofi 1'694 ^ 1,467 ^02^ 

attendance f col'd, 706 "^^^^^ 759 '^'^^^ 711 ''''^^^ 558 ""^"^^ 

1895. 1894. 

Number of pupils in 1st grade January 1st 1,289 1,273 

2d " 710 691 

" 3d " 718 631 

4th " 565 674 

5th " 404 374 

" 6th " 241 213 

" above 6th 132 120 



Number of pupils in book-keeping, 92 ; algebra, 183 ; physiology, 626 ; 
geometry, 135; philosophy, 45; drawing, 986; Latin, 13. 



18S 



ANNUAL KEPOllT OF THE 



PRIN'CK GEORGE'S COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOB THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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llCiara C. Gibbons 

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1 Agnes Sasscer 

1 Mary J. Marriott 

2 Wm. P. Reeves 

2Bettie Hurley, Ass't. . . 

2Carrie Shipley 

2!Cora Pumphrey, Ass't. 
2C. Manning Combs. . . 

31 2. Jane H. Latimer , 



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3| 2 Wm. J. Wallis 

3j 2 Louise Gray, Ass't.. 

3 2!jas. C. Edwards, " . . 

4] 2lCecie Blandford 

5| 2|M. Erailie Wallis 

l! 3| Alice Harper 

l| 3|Ellen Harper, Ass't 

2i 3lRosa L. Duckett, 

3' 3|Elizabeth McGregor 

4 aiLillian L. Thomas 

11 4|E. St. Clair Buckler 

2| 4Georgie M. Wescott 

3 4Emma G. Wilson 

4! 4F. Gladys IJiggins 

5' 4 Mamie Perric 

1 5 Maria C. Queen 

2' RGeo. B. Dent 

3' 5 Roger J. Manning 

4: oLula V. Hyde 

5j 5|E. Minerva Robertson.., 
ll GiNannie Blandford 

2 Florence B. White 

2 (rSadie Blandford, Ass't. . 

3; () Annie K. Douglas 

3i 6'Mattie R. Gibbons, Ass't 
4' 6; Anna M. Beall 

4 G MoUieJ Leapley, Ass't. 
5' 6'Edna G. Rude 

1 7 Lizzie F. Dorsey 

2 7 M. Lulie Martin 

3 7 Alice Jones 



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88 



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26 
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141 



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45 
57 



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211 44 

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81 



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361 



22 31 

27 41 

14! 32 

261 41 



37 
30 
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18 
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23 
14 
29 
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58 



47 
44 
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23 11 
23 10 



33 
48 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



189 



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EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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485 65 
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388 78 
475 38 
411 74 
498 71 
433 50 
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467 90 
371 87 
422 31 
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367 50 
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375 00 
375 37 



409 23 
421 50 
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394 79 



190 



ANNCTAL REPORT OF THE 



PRLNCE GEORGE'S COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS-Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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7 Dent Downing 

8 Rebecca Compton , 

8 M. Ella Queen 

8 Kate M. Connolly 

9 W. Robt. C. Coniiick 

9 Eugene S. Burroughs. . . . , 

lOiEliza G. Cronmiller , 

10| Bessie B. Catrup, Ass't.. . 
10 Annie B. Wilson, ... 
10 Lee V. Keller, " ... 

10 Lucy M. Hamilton 

10 Alice GraY 

lOIda B. EYerett, Ass't. 
lOjAnna Y. Townsliend, " . 
10|Hellen D. Ryon, " . 
UjClacidia Edmonston. . . . 

llhVm. C. Tippett 

irSeanna SmalhYOod 

ll'Howard Dent 

12 Belle R. :\Iarlo\Y 

12 Florence Grady 

12 Meriam E. Towushend. . . . 

13|Lucy E. Lanham 

ISlLena Suit 

13 Maggie S. Sheriff 

14iIda"M. Roberts 

14jAnna M. Bentley 

HIGeorgie Berry 

14'Meta A. Ha\vkins 

HiMary H. Eversfield 

14Rachael D. Sasscer 



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44' 30' 47 33' 44; 31 
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33 25 

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42: 291 29 
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215 130 



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43 
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29 
32 
73 
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STATE BOARD OF EDCCATION. 



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PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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402 10 
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481 85 
874 25 
424 54 

482 77 
460 79 



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192 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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Journer T. Hill 

Jolin P. Quander 

Wm. H. Stewart 

Win. H. Washington 

Alberta V. Whiting, Ass't. 

Laura V. Cross 

John H. Fountain 

Emilie C. Hunter 

Bessie Lear 

Marv B. Woodland 

Matilda E. Thornton 

John D. Brodus 

J. Sam Johnson 

Albert Henson 

Bessie P. Hudnell 

J. Sam. Johnson, Ass't.. . . 

Sadie L. Quander 

Mary E. Batson 

Annie C. Green 

Stephen Johnson 

Emma B. Crawford 

Annie V. Moore 

Virginia G. Bradley 

Cora V. Pinckney 

Alice L. Proctor 

Ella R Butler 



57 
40 
72 
150 



37 
53 
34 
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14 
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57, 32, 45 

149: 57 127 



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Emma V. Winters.. 
Ebbie E. Pinckney. 
Lucy B. Webb 



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26 48 



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26 12 47 



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65 
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181 56 

131 29 

14i 60 

22 50 

12 56 

33 104 



759il387; 701,1229; 558|1733 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



193 



PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



1 


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296 58 
292 33 
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22 56 



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1 00 



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276 75 
308 43 
273 10 
303 73 
265 50 
269 73 
293 40 



23 00 



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278 60 



22 10 
27 25 



16 00 
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12 00 

16 00 
18 00 

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27 00 
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166 80 



6 05 

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27 17 
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9 50 
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16 75 



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312 50 
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227 50 
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247 50 
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247 50 
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340 65 
311 25 
330 07 
275 25 

288 38 
244 75 
281 90 
293 52 
454 47 
266 20 
304 67 
284 72 

289 16 
313 96 



480 56 



496 91 



150 86 



47 91 



6885 50 



8068 10 



105 77 



13 



194 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY— Statejnent of Receipts and Bisbursemmts 
for Public School Purposes, for the Year ending July 31, 1895. 



Receipts. 

Balance on hand July 31, 1894. $5,064 70 

State school tax 13 388 29 

State free school fund 1 g02 63 

State^donations '4QO qq 

County school tax. . cents on the $100 16,000 00 

Sales of Books '417 75 

• State appropriation to colored schools 7,635 49 

County Clerk license 125 40 

Appropriation, county commissioners Laurel night school 100 00 

Bank loan 5 000 00 



$49,934 27 

Disbursements. 



Teachers' salaries — white schools $28,088 66 

Fuel 1,357 97 

Incidental expenses of schools 1,012 72 

Rent 56 00 

Books and stationery 419 29" 

Repairing school houses 771 36 

Furniture, black-boards and stoves 668 53 

High schools or academies 400 00 

Interest 34 93 

Salary of secretary, treasurer and examiner 1,267 23 

Per diem of School Commissioners 210 00 

OflEice expenses and account books, postage, express. . 157 77 

Printing and advertising 345 00 

Paid to colored schools 8,212 64 

Books to indigent pupils 126 98 

Bank loan 5,000 00 

Laurel night school 100 00 

Librarv Fund 80 00 

Clerk fees 30 70 

State teachers' association 10 00 

Cost of examinations 28 56 



Balance cash on hand, col., $1,528.64 ; white, $27.35. . 1,555 99 

$49,934 27 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



195 



PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOLS— Receipts and 
Disbursements for the Year ending July 31, 1895. 

Receipts. 



Unexpended balance of previous appropriation. $2,000 03 

Amount received from State Treasurer 7,635 49 

Sale of books 105 77 



$ 9,741 28 

Disbursements. 

Paid for teachers'' salaries $6,885 50 

Incidental expenses 150 86 

Furniture 47 91 

Fuel 480 56 

Books and stationery 133 45 

Repairs 496 91 

School journal for teachers 17 45 

Balance cash on hand 1,528 64 

$ 9,741 28 



196 ANNCAL REPORT OF THE 



QUEEN ANNE'S COUNTY. 



Centreville, Md., October \st, 1895. 

Prof. E. B. Prettyman, 

Dear Sir : — I herewith submit ray report of the Public Schools of Queen 
Anne's County, Maryland, for the year ending July 31st, 1895. 

The progress of our schools is very satisfactory, the school houses are 
in good condition and the finances are good. 

Very truly yours, 

L. L. Beatty. 



SUMMARY OF SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

FOR SCHOOL TEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 

1895. 1894. 

Number of school houses owned by the county, 69 ; rented 

1; total, 70 70 70 

Frame, 66; brick, 4 70 70 

Number of rooms occupied when the attendance is largest. . 86 87 
Number of male teachers (principals), white, 18; colored 10; 

total, 23 23 

Number of female teachers (principals), white, 40; colored, 

10; total, 50 50 

Number of male teachers, (assistants), white, 1 ; total, 1. . . . 1 
Number of female teachers, (assistants), white, 12 ; total, 12 12 

Total, white 66; colored, 20; total, 86 86 87 

Number of fenced lots 36 36 

Number of schools having out-buildings 79 76 

Number of schools having sulficient black-boards 86 87 

Number of schools having good furniture 86 84 

Number of terms schools were open — white, 4; colored, 3. 
Number of different pupils for the year — males — white, 1,510; 
colored, 747; total, 2,257; females — white, 1,350; colored, 

577; total, 1,927 4,184 4,159 

Number of pupils in average attendance, white, 1,446; col- 
ored, 555 ; total, 2,001 2,001 2,000 

Number of pupils over 16 years of age — white, 168; colored, 

110; total, 278 278 272 

Number of official visits paid by examiner 166 177 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 197 

<iUEEN ANNE'S COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 



NUMBER OF PUPILS. 



Fall Term. Winter Term. Spring Term. Summer ierm. 

^ -D n ( white, 2,103 ooiq 3,438 o ^kp 2,276 o oqi 3,130 .oa 

On Ron.. I^^j,^ ' 'g^g 2,918 ^;^^g 3,5o6 'j^gg 3,231 3,130 

Average j white, 1,408 ^ 1,506 ^^^^ 1,459 ^ 1,412 ^ 
attendance ( col d, 458 ' o90 518 ' 

1895. 1894. 

Number of pupils in 1st grade, Jan, 1st 1027 1052 

2d " " 770 736 

3d " " 711 738 

" " 4th " " 495 501 

" " 5th " " 299 287 

" " 6th " " 179 158 

" " aboye 6th, Jan. 1 79 68 



Number of pupils in book-keeping, 98; algebra, 177; physiology, 688; 
geometry, 129; philosophy, 113; drawing, 914; Latin, 78. 



School Houseb Built or Enlarged Duriiiq the Yeah. 



No. of School. 


District. 


Material. 


Cost. 


Length. 


Width. 


Height. 


Square feet of 
Blackboard. 


Outbuildings. 


Fences. 


1 

Cost of Furni- 
ture. 


10 


1 


Frame 




$834 71 


36 


26 


12 


100 


Yes. 


No 




4 


5 


Frame 




700 00 


30 


24 


12 


100 


a 


Yes 


$20 00 


2 


8 


Frame 




730 00 


30 


24 


12 


72 


(( 


No 


40 00 



198 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



QUEEN ANNE'S COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



73 

C 
O 



Name of Teacher. 



Fall 
Term 




iWm. J. Boyer, Prin.. 
1 Thos. J. Carter, Ass't. 

A fines B. Wilson 

llElizabeth Bryan 

liEtta Rash 

lijos. B. Hazell, Prin.. 
IjCarrie B. Roe, Ass't. . 

IjL. jNlay Booker 

IjLottie L. Woodall 

i James Roe 

l.MollieV. Cox 

1 
1 



53i 39 



15; 
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19 
69 



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55 



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28' 
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48| 



25i 11 

50 341 

27| is' 

68 40! 

...!.. N.!, 



20 11 12 

52 3"4 45 

26 18 24 

64 42 59 



Wm. 8. Bittle, Prin 

Mary 31. Sudler, Ass't 

2 J. W. Gibson, Prin, 1st quar. 
2;R. A. Rowlenson, 2 to 4 quar. 

2iEmma B. Walls, Ass't 

2iThos. B. Johns, Prin 

2iFlora A. Trenchard, Isi Ass't. 

2iM. Julia Todd, 2d Asst 

2jMaryE. Tolson 



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27: 
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16 
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54 36. 



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54 42 53 



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137 100 



137 



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32 21! 40: 24; 35] 21 ! 30 



2,E.Ava Price 1 29 2l! 35; 22; 33 20i 36 



Lizzie R. Friel 

Lillian D. Bowen 

Alfred Tucker, 1, 2, 3 qrs. 
Mary P. Emory, 4th qr. . . 

3iBessle M. Price 

3B. R. Harley 

3|Graham Watson , 

3iNannie P. Larrimore 

3 
3 



56 38 67i 421 56| 34 53 



22, 13! 30 



26i 14 



Geo. A. Barton. 

A. G. Harley, Jr 

Mattie J. Cahoon, Prin 

Edith M. Price, 1st Ass't 

Annie M. Thompson, 2d Ass't, 

Etta Clash 

Margaret A. Lockard 

Annie E. Price 

Kate Denny, Prin 

Mary E. Cockej, Ass't 

Blanche B. Doll 

Mamie R. Cockey 

Hattie E. Magness, 1st qr 



18| 12 

16' 11 

23; 18 

28' 11 

44i 31 58 



33 



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22 
25 
34 



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16! 34 25, 33 



31; 27 
109' 87 



18 

41 
17 
62 



33 
14 
18 



10 
30 
11 
46 



19 
10 
10 



34 
109 



22 
38 
18 
75 



37 
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30 



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31 38 
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30 59 

17 32 

46 81 



10 33 

17 32 

38 56 
20 43 

39 72 



30 59 



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19 43 

27 48 

28 74 
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22 38 



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16 
19 



27 
44 
20 43 
26 62 
29 41 
85 122 



12 28 

16 44 

lli 20 

43; 81 



18 43 
6 20 
14 33 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



199 



QUEEN ANNE'S COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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466 79 
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435 95 
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394 45 
497 52 
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416 61 
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200 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



QUEEN ANNE'S COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDINQ JULY 31, 1895. 



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Term. 



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4 Etta C. Price, 2d & 4th Qr. . 

4!Elizabeth Lowery 

4jLulu R. Price 

5 Annie G. Boyle 

5H. C. Norris 

5 Sadie L. Hammond , 

5 Cecilia Bryan 

5 Rose T. Coursey , 

5 Frances A. Price, Pr,, 1, 2 Qr 
5|C. C. Brown, Pr., 2d & 3d Qr. 

5 Anna P. Davidson, Ass't 

5E. L. Thomas, Prin , 

5 Minnie Tolson, Ass't 

Mary E. Bell 

Sadie L. Jump 

Maggie T. Cahall 

6 Eugenia Ewing 

eilda C. Sparks 

GEniilv V. Straughn. 

6Kate>. Downes 

6Wm. N. Johns 

GBessie Reed 

7 Dora Powell 

7Katherine Roney, Pr., 1st Qr, 
7E. M. Brown, Pr.. 2, 3 & 4 Qr. 

7Gussie Godwin, Ass't 

7E. Maude Pippin, Prin 

Adelia E. Ellis, As.s't 

7 Carrie D. Smith 



48 
29 
30 
31 

27i 
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28 



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32 
19 

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46 74 



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22 
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271 40 
43' 69 



76i 111 



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11 

27 
29 
29 
22 
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19 

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26 
11 
25 
20 
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20 
23 
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56 49; 85 



23! 14 40 



15002276:1450 2130 14122860 



STATE BOARD OF ED C CATION. 



201 



QUEEN ANNE'S COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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202 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



QUEEN ANNE'S COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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2 1 Walter S. Sparks 

3 1 Robt. S. Brooks 

4 1 Mary M. Burke 

1 2 Amelia Palmer 

2 2 Lizzie J. R. Stewart, 

3 2 Flarriet R. Johnson. 

1 3 John P. Forrester. . 

2 3 Annie F. Madden . . 

3 3 Henrietta Hutcliinst 

4 3 Geo. R. HoUis 

1 4G. M. Landin, Jr. . . 

2 4 Clara A. Jefferson.. 

3 4Priscilla V. Smith.. 

1 5 Edward J. Emory. . 

2 5 Wm. H. Bales 

1 6 Malachi Rasin 

2 6E O. O. Saunders. . 

3 6 Mildred Williams.. 
Geo. H. Lee 



50 

44 

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32 

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75 

48 

34 

27 

42 

47 

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33 

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28 

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21 

19 

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STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



20a 



QUEEN ANNE'S COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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217 63 
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215 69 



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206 35 



204 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



QUEEN AXNE'S COV^TY— Statement of Receipts and Disbursements 
for Public School Purposes, for the Tear Ending July 31, 1895. 



Receipts. 

Balance on band July 31, 1894 $ 4,279 56 

State school tax 8,834 49 

State free school fund 1,823 75 

State donations 1,000 00 

County school tax cents on the $100 18,361 26 

Amount of levy $20,000 00 

Interest on Investments 726 20 

County tax, in arrear 941 24 

Sales of books 1,342 30 

Oyster license .* 865 06 

Joint schools 300 00 



$38,473 86 

Disbursements. 

Teachers' salaries— white schools $27,796 29 

Fuel 1,846 22 

Incidental expenses of schools 732 00 

Books and stationery 1,521 42 

Building school houses 1,534 71 

Repairing school houses 1,251 84 

Furniture, black-boards and stoves 252 37 

Salary of secretary, treasurer and examiner 1,200 00 

Per diem of School Commissioners 297 80 

Office expenses and account books 52 00 

Printing and advertising 122 13 

State Association 44 46 

Postage 31 90 

Insurance 525 25 

Books furnished indigent scholars 160 24 

Amount due by colored schools 20 56 

Balance cash on hand 1,584 67 

$38,473 86 



QUEEN ANNE'S COUNTY— COLORED ^CYLOOW— Receipts and Dis- 
bursements for the Year ending July 31, 1895. 



Receipts. 

Unexpended balance of previous appropriation % 901 21 

Amount received from State Treasurer 3,950 92 

Oyster license 593 49 

Amount due white schools 20 56 



$ 5,466 18 

Disbursements. 

Paid for teachers' salaries $3,925 36 

Incidental expenses 20 34 

Rent ^ 25 00 

Fuel 254 16 

Books and stationery 50 00 

Repairs 41 65 

Furniture 44 17 

Building 700 00 

Supervision 300 00 

Insurance 85 50 

Survey 20 00 

$ 5,466 18 



206 



ANNUAL REP(^RT OF THE 



SOMERSET COUNTY. 



SUMMMARY OF SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



FOR SCHOOL YEAH ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 

1895. 1894. 

Number of school houses owned by the County, . . ; rented, 

. . ; total, 83 83 83 

Frame, 82; brick, 1 83 

Number of rooms occupied when the nttendance is largest. 107 107 
Number of male teachers (principals), white, 10; colored, 

14; total, 24 24 20 

Number of female teachers (principals), white, 44; colored, 

12; total, 56 56 62 

Number of male teachers (assistants), white, 2; colored, 1; 

total, 3 3 1 

Number of female teachers (assistants), white, 22; colored, 

3; total, 25 25 25 

Total, white, 78; colored, 30; total, 108 108 108 

Number of schools having out-buildings 59 53 

Number of schools having sufficient blackboards 77 77 

Number of schools having good furniture 74 74 

Number of terms schools were open — white, 3 ; colored, 8. .. 3 3 
Number of different pupils for the year — males — white, 1,474 ; 
colored 840; total, 2,314; females — white, 1,553; colored, 

847; total, 2,400 4,714 4,618 

Number of pupils in average attendance — white, 1,858; col- 
ored, 806 ; total, 2,664 2,664 2,677 

Number of pupils over 16 years of age, white, 134; colored, 

55; total, 189 189 147 

Number of official school visits paid by examiner 86 123 

Number of Pupils. 

Fall Term. Winter Term. Spring Term. Summer Term. 

r\ T5 n /white, 2,795 . 2,855 a oqa 2,624 a nryr. 
On Roll.. [eol'd, 1,409 ^'^^^ 1,529 ^'^^^ 1,453 

Average } white, 1,978 p 7.7 1,777 ^ 1,819 « nnr. 
attendance f col'd, 769 ^'^^^ 798 '^'^''^ 850 ^^^^^ 

1895. 1894. 

Number of pupils in 1st grade January 1st 1,308 1,336 

2d " 877 686 

" 3d " 726 734 

" 4th " 651 579 

5th " 385 351 

" 6th 316 293 

" above 6th " 246 260 



Number of pupils in book-keeping, 165; algebra, 261; physiology, 899; 
geometry, 96; philosophy, 112; drawing, 151; Latin, 111. 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 207 

SOMERSET COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 



School Houses Built or Enlarged During the Year. 



No. of School. 


District. 


Material. 


Cost. 


Length. 


Width. 


Height. 


Square feet of 
Blackboard. 


Outbuildings. 


Fences. 


Cost of Furni- 
ture. 


6 


3 




$423 64 


42 


30 


12i 






No. 


$98 20 


5 


8 




248 00 


* 








u 


69 33 


3 


4 


Frame 


85 00 


* 










a 




2 


7 




410 00 












u 


73 72 


3 


8 




100 00 












a 





♦Including lot. 



20S 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



SOMERSET COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE TfEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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0) 



Name of Teacher. 



Fall 
Term. 



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Term. 



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Spring 
Term. 



o 

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set: 



Summer 
Term. 



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33 C 



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1 R. K. Wimbrough. . 

|Eben Hearne 

Emily C. Dixon 

Nannie Fontaine. . . 
I'Orlando P. Jones. . . 
iJennie R. Hajman. 
IjGenie P. Fontaine. . 

IjEthel Powell 

1 Marv E. Hay ward. . 
1 Edith II. Rowland. . 
1 Eunice jNI. AVooster. 
1 Sallie E. ]Sril]igan... 
2Hattie E. Marshall.. 
Lizzie M. Davis. . . . 

S Daisv Miles 

iClara R. Hall 

2|Rlanche Ross 

3 Mary A. Robertson. 
iLutie A. Waters. . . . 
Lizzie Milbourne. . . 
Florence Dryden. . . 

3 Lulu Robertson 

3 Irene ClufP 

Mollie R. Lankford. , 
Hattie Milbourne. . . 
3Gussie Lankford... 

3 Carrie S. Long 

Lester M. Phoebus. , 
Mollie J. Powell. . . . 
Lydia E. Merrill 

4i Bertha E. Merrill. . . 

4iLila Woolford 

Etta Costen 

4 Nellie Howeth 

5 Lucy Scott 

5 Wm. H. Groscup. . . 

Mary Pusey 

5 Sallie P. Hayman... , 
5 Nettie Lloyd 

5 Susie E. Rue 

6 John H. Reauchamp. 
OiJohn D. Stoops , 



1671 131 



21 
30 
23 
28 
55 
21 
18 
24 
95 



53 



16 
40 



76 



23 
30 
45 
41 
30 
25 
42 



15 
21 
14 
14 
34 
11 
13 
16 
66 



37 



10 
27 



48 



51 

32 
38 



23 
27 
71 



30 
30 
28 
30 



9 

16 

30 
31 
18 
20 
28 



29 
22 
23 



15 
19 
40 



158 102 



152 



102 



211 13 

27 15 

28 13 
27; 12 

491 34i 



24 
18 
26 



111 
12 
19 



88 52 



53 



18 
51 



78 



24 

34 
55 
44 



18 
28 
27 
23 
43 
15 
17 
26 
81 



34 



51 



12 
35 



45 



10 
19 
34 
27 



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28 21 
60! 34i 51 



18 
46 



64 



24 
36 
49 
38 
31 
28 



56 

35 19 
49 31 



31 48 
27 
44 



30 121 27 
28 
69 



30 19 
72 48 



19 


29 


15 


18 


30 


16 


19 


30 


18 


15 


27 


12 


127 


147 


111 



14 
16 
15 
10 
29 
10 
11 
17 
57 



38 



12 
34 



44 



13 
27 
32 
24 
22 
22 
39 



27 
13 
28 



12 
18 
49 



25 14 
28 17 



30 
27 



18 
12 



170 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



209 



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SOMERSET COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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6 00 
12 50 
10 00 

7 00 
12 50 

9 75 
10 00 
20 00 



1 20 



1 00 



2 25 
1 25 



28 81 
25 20 



45 

1 80 
3 25 

2 75 
35 

1 93 

2 50 
5 05 



15 
1 00 
1 65 
6 75 



20 
5 80 



219 00 
219 00 
219 00 
217 68 
219 00 
219 00 
219 00 
219 00 
519 00 



230 20 
226 45 

233 45 

234 18 

231 65 
238 60 
259 49 
256 90 
549 85 



15 50 



39 71 



3 17 



1 80 



2 05 



519 00 



581 23 



40 00 



8 00 



50^ 



2 00 



1 26 



102 60 



219 00 
519 00 



229 50 
662 86 



12 00 



20 00 



6 90 



6 78 



519 00 



7 00 
10 00 
10 00 
19 50 
10 00 
16 00 
27 50 



5 00 



5 05 

5 00 
3 73 
1 10 

1 60 

6 30 

2 77 



6 60 



10 50 



9 15 



4 50 



110 10 



1 04 
10 50 

2 30 



219 00 
219 00 
219 00 
219 00 
219 00 
217 68 
519 00 



552 68 



237 65 
239 00 
252 38 
239 60 
236 14 
250 48 
673 67 



10 00 
10 00 
20 00 



10 00 
10 00 
18 05 



16 00 
9 85 

20 00 
3 75 



7 29 
2 52 



2 80, 



1 55 
1 00 
3 53 



6 80 
1 45 
5 28 



219 00 
219 00 
519 00 



95 

1 40 

2 50 



7 20 



219 00 
219 00 
436 67 



7 99 
1 40 



45 
3 30 
1 65 



35 



35 05 



219 00 
219 00 
219 00 
213 70 
1263 00 



237 35 
231 45 
547 81 



229 95 
237 69 
466 94 



243 44 
236 35 
240 65 
217 80 
1298 05 



14 



210 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



SOMERSET COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS-Coiitiniied. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE TEAK ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



O 

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33 



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Name of Teacher. 



Fall 
Term. 



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\Yi liter 
Term. 



93 



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3 
4 
5 
6 



GSalHe J. Davy 

Sal lie B. Hall 

Kcua Waters 

6|Mina C Muir 

CAnnic L. Furiiiss.... 

GMollie E. Muir 

6 Annie E. Miles 

7 Fred. E. Gardner. . . . 

Susie B. Nelson 

Cristie Wilson 

Annie E. Webb 

Albert E. Goodrich. . 

Retta Townsend 

Heleu Wimvrough. . . 
Maria W. Lawsou. . . 

7|lda Riggin 

SiBenj. F. Haynes 

ILida W. Coulbourue. 

iLela Haynes 

SlUella Ciillin 

SjAddie Handy. 



16 
34 
23 
19 
282 



191 



53 
62 
114 



12 
26 
17 
16 



141 



41 

47 
82 



77 58 

34 21 

S'iKose Lankford 24 14 

Mary Cullin 49 31 

42 
37 



16 

32 
02 

19 
277 



190 



53 
52 
127 



SHattie Stevenson 

9Addie W. Bradshaw 

Mattie Scott 

9 Closed for the year. . 
9W. O. Van Horn. . . 

L. A. Bennett 

Hattie Griffith 

10 E. Gertrude Smith.. 

10 Addie Marsh 

10 Jennie Scott 

10 Jennic O. Turpiu. . . 
ll'Rose Stevens. 

Beulah Dorsey 

11 Helen McDorman, 



87 



27 
36 
15 
25 
68 



18 



2795 



59 



21 
30 
12 
19 
45 



80 
36 
28 
52 
45 
37 



80 



15 



28 
36 
15 
26 
59 



22 



12 
19 
16 
17 
199 



117 



35 
30 
83 



54 
20 
12 
31 
28 
21 



49 



20 
10 
11 
19 
32 



14 



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Spring 'Summer 
Term. Term. 



O 



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15 13 

30 19 

21j 18 

19 18 



268 



179 



51 
44 
112 



206 



140 



67 
36 
28 
45 
.37 
39 



82 



28 
32 
16 
26 
50 



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28' 
76 



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23 

14' 

28 

23 

20 



48, 



25 
19 
12 
20 
34 



16 



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STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



21: 



SOMERSET COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR TEAR ENDING JULY 31. 1895. 



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72 41 



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2 45 
6 00 



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29 30 



3 15 

6 25 

7 40 



28 90 



219 00! 
219 OO' 
219 oo: 
217 68i 
1488 OOi 



243 05 
243 00 
267 15 
232 33 
1679 76 



45 75 



11 16! 46 68 3 35 



28 45 



738 00 



873 39 



8 25 
13 25 
42 00 



3 57 
1 65 



3 65 
5 20 



29 00 



219 00 
219 00 
1219 00 



230 90 
241 02 
1295 40 



110 
210 
310 
410 
111 

211 



12 50 



11 
11 



25 
25 



10 17 



12 00 
10-00 

27 55' 



1 90 

12 OOj 
3 OOi 
23 36' 



48 
56 
55 
63 
39 
12 22 



7 00 



28 40 
1 40 



69 33 7 80 



13 70i 



12 501 

2 50i 



219 00 
219 OOj 
219 00! 
209 70l 
219 OOi 
519 00' 



277 55 
243 21 
232 70 
316 46 
259 59 
5:4 63 



43 45 



65 



24 60 



11 75! 1 00 



1034 45 



1115 90 



10 00 
10 75 
8 00 
10 00 
21 60 



10 00 



17 60 
19 78 
1 15 
3 77 



88 



7 95 



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3 00 



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1 85, 
7 66 
7 17 



1 15 



8 35 
2 60 



3 70 



219 00 
219 00 
219 OO' 
219 00; 
519 00; 



219 00 



256 88 
252 53 
230 00 
248 78 
550 37 



243 85 



76 00 



896 13 258 41 322 59 423 08278 52 20654 06! 22908 79 



212 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

f 



SOMERSET COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOK THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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52; 



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Term. 



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33 



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IjEph. Nutter, and 3 Ass'ts. 

l;Robt. H. King 

l! Annie R. Noble 



liW. E. Waters 

l| Annie V. Greene 

2 Sarah E. Cottman 

3|W. 0. Stephens, and Ass't. . . 

8 Martha M. Moore 

3|David H. Hargis 

3 Lizzie B. King 

4 Littleton J. Waters 

4 Esther L. Dennis 

4 Robt. J. Gillett 

5 Edwin Jones 

5|H. Alverta Waters 

6j Herbert S. Wilson 

G.Emilj J. King 

6 Fred. A. Cullin 

G Lucy W. Collins 

7 John L. Zuhlcke 

TjEleanor C. Pinkett, and Ass't 
8 John L. Parker 

8 Philip B. W^arwick 

9 Robt. G. Waters 

91 Family F. Thomas 

11 Estena V. White 



139 
30 
35 
48 
31 
63 

118 
39 
52 
41 
54 
45 
32 
68 
19 
66 
50 
53 
47 
37 
88 
48 
31 
39 
51 
79 



79 
14 
11 
25 
19 
38 
63 
14 
32 
19 
27 
17 



144 
45 
33 
72 
27 
65 

113 
47 
54 
51 
61 
7ll 



1409 



17 32i 

36 77j 

10 28, 

431 621 

28l 53I 

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19 59i 

26 39' 

61 lll| 

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20| 34i 

21 i 39; 

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46 65 



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138, 

32 

28 

40 

25 

60 
135 

49 

68 

44 

67 

71 

23 

75 

32 

70 

60 

551 • 

60 

42 

75 

58 

36 

36 

25 

44 



80 

19 

12 

25 

17 

41 

69 

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471 

24i 

241 

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46| 

401 

35 

37 

27 

66 

31 

22 

21 

11 

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7981453 850 



154 
46 
35 
48 
81 
67 

189 
63 
71 
41 
67 
80 
40 
78 
29 
81 
56 
55 
59 
52 

118 
63 
47 
39 
53 
80 



1687 



STATE B©ARD OF EDUCATION. 



213 



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a. 



SOMERSET COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOE, YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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9 75 

5 00 

6 00 
25 00 
13 00 
25 00 

5 00 
10 00 
25 75 
10 75 
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8 50 

7 30 



287 78 



2 80 
2 50 



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3 73 



3 00 
35 24 
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79 39 



6 70 
1 15 
45 
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6 95i. 



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50 
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75 
80 



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3 90 



19 57 



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1 30 



47 97 



3 90 



612 64 
195 OOi 
195 90 
195 00 
159 54 

191 45 
270 00 

186 72 
195 00 
195 00 

192 64 
195 00 
195 00 
195 00 
195 00 
195 00 
195 00 
195 00 
195 00 
193,82 
390 14 
195 00 

187 90 
195 00 
189 09 
195 00 



5693 94 



691 72 
203 95 

203 45 

201 95 
172 04 

198 25 
295 70 
186 72 
217 91 

202 00 

199 14 

206 40 

204 75 

200 00 

201 00 
223 73 
210 00 
227 50 
208 35 
212 17 
478 06 
212 45 

205 60 

207 27 
236 84 
205 40 



6212 35 



214 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



SOMERSET COJJl^TY— Statement of Receipts and Disbursements for 
Public School Purposes^ for the Year Ending July 31, 1895. 

Receipts. 

Balance on hand July 31, 1894 $ 5 47 

State school tax ' 12,199 33 

State free school fund 1,006 68 

State donations 1,000 00 

County school tax on levy of 1892 1,262 50 

County school tax on levy of 1894 800 00 

Amount of levy for 1892 $ 6,000 00 

Amount of levy for 1893 6,000 00 

Amount of levy for 1894 3,000 00 

Fines and forfeitures 148 75 

Sales of Books 85 

State appropriation to colored schools 6,270 91 

Oyster licenses : 

Dredging 3,932 69 

Tonging— white 1,228 04 

Tonging — colored 602 94 

Proceeds school bonds 10,000 00 

Tuition, non-resident pupils 39 00 

Sale of old school houses 30 00 

Proceeds, note in bank 8,809 50 



$ 47,936 66 

Disbursements. 

Teachers J salaries — white schools $20,654 06 

Fuel 896 13 

Incidental expenses of schools 322 59 

Rent 76 00 

Books and stationery 308 02 

Building school houses 27- 00 

Repairing school houses 258 41 

Furniture, black-boards and stoves 423 08 

Interest 744 66 

Salary of secretary, treasurer and examiner 1,000 00 

Per diem of School Commissioners 300 00 

Office expenses and account books 61 70 

Printing and advertising 91 50 

Paid to colored schools 6,358 85 

Freight, hauling, etc 22 17 

Insurance 35 32 

State association and teachers' institute 14 87 

Notes in bank 15,500 00 

Acknowledgment of deed 60 

Tuition, non-resident pupils 76 86 

Amount paid in error on oyster fund by Capt. Thomas. 10 00 

Share of legal expenses to settle oyster question 25 00 

Balance cash on hand 478 84 

$ 47,936 66 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCxVlTON. 



215 



SOMERSET COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOLS— i^^mjots and Disburse- 
ments for the Year Ending July 31, 1895. 

Receipts, 



Unexpended balance of previous appropriation $3,844 73 

Amount received from State Treasurer 6,270 91 

Tonging licenses 602 94 

Tuition of non-resident pupils 31 20 



$10,749 78 

DlSBURSEMEN TS. 

Paid for teachers' salaries $5,693 94 

Incidental expenses 56 87 

Repairs 79 39 

Rent 42 50 

Furniture, black-boards and stoves 47 97 

Fuel 287 78 

Deeds, surveys, &c 11 50 

Books and stationery 3 90 

Building school houses 185 00 

School house at Westover transferred 300 00 

Share of supervision 250 00 

Balance due colored schools 3,840 93 

$10,749 78 



216 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



ST. MARY'S COUNTY. 



SUMMMARY OF SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

FOR SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 

1895. 1894. 

Number of school houses owned by the County, 63 ; rented, 



4; total, 67 67 66 

Frame, 65; log, 2 67 

Number of rooms occupied when the nttendance is largest. 68 68 
Number of male teachers (principals), white, 24; colored, 

10; total, 34 34 30 

Number of female teachers (principals), white, 19; colored, 

12; total, 31 31 35 

Number of male teachers (assistants), colored, 1; total, 1.. 1 
Number of female teachers (assistants), white, 2; colored, 

1; total, 3 3 3 

Total, white, 45; colored, 24: total, 69 69 68 

Number of terms schools were open — white, 3 4-5 ; colored, 

3 4-5 

Number of different pupils for the year — white, 1,564; col- 
ored, 1,354; total, 2,918 2,918 3,059 

Number of pupils in average attendance — white, 657; col- 
ored. 413 ; total, 1,070 1,070 1,199 



Number of Pupils. 



Fall Term. 



rk» rf^^^ > white, 1,096 < 1,368 o r^-r 

^^^^^ [col'd, 651 1,179 2'^^^ 

Average } white, 568 
attendance ) col'd, 273 



841 



Winter Term. 

1,368 or., 
1,179 

446 ^'^^"^ 



Spring Term. 

^'^^^ 2 455 
1,145 ^'^^ 

678 
504 



Summer Term 
1,219 



1,182 



1,025 

636 
429 



1895. 

Number of pupils in 1st grade January 1st 746 



2d 

3d 

4th 

5th 

6th 

above 6th 



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449 
419 
484 
320 
101 
28 



2,244 

1,065 

1804. 
827 
477 
421 
472 
284 
111 
44 



Number of pupils in book-keeping, 4; algebra, 35; physiology, 190. 
geometry, 13; philosophy, 46; Latin, 11. 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATIO^T. 217 
ST. MARY'S COUJSTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 



School Houses Built or Enlarged During the Year. 



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218 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



ST. MARY'S COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOK THE lEAE ENDING JTLY 31 St, 1895. 



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1 IB. W. Herbert 

2 1 Kosa I. Milburn 

3 1 Parran B.Ford 

4 ll Mamie P. Smith 

5 lllgns. J. Langley 

1 2iChas. A. Heard 

2 2 Mabel Uuke 

3 2 Cora I. Howard 

4 2'L. H. Hancock 

1 3'Geo. W. Joy 

2 3 John F. Duke 

3 3 Mollie Foxwell 

4 3|Jos. ^Y. Goldsborough, 

5 31 Blanche Graves 

6 3!^Ym. F. Perry 

7 3|Nellie A. Dorsev. 

8 SZach. T. Ralcv.' 

1 4 John H. Chuiin 

2 4S. 8. Reeves 

3 4P. H. Dorsey, .Tr 

4 4 Rose A. Edwards 

5 4T. B. Carpenter 

1 5|Dora Harrison 

2 5 Maria Briscoe 

3 5 L. J. Canter 

4 5 Mrs. B. M. Chunn. . . . 

1 GjJohn A. Scott 

2 e'iFred. A. Moran 

3 GlWm. T. Bailey 

4 g! Katie C. Shermantine. 

5 6|\Vm. D. Heard 

6 6 Mrs. May G. Love 

7 6Chas. Adams 

1 7 Edith M. Holmes 

2 7 Mary I. Burch 

3| 7|j. F. Fenwick, Prin, 

3 7iLizzie Blakii 



12 



Blakistone, Ass't. 



7W. Francis Dent, 

8 Violet Mattingly 

8jMamie M. Duke 

SjMrs. Mittie Goodwin, 
BINannie Shermantine., 



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53 



29 14 



18 
33 
29 
14 
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17 
10 
11 

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14 

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10 
13 
11 
11 

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18 

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13 
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12 
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341 16 



41 
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29 
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27 
18 
27 
13 
13 
12 
16 
18 



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19 12 

20 11 



39 
37 
32 



7 

15 
18 
8 
12 



16 
20 
24 



29 15 



39 
25 
27 
42 
33 



26 
12 
14 
45 
24 
35 
34 
44 
43 
35 
28 
19 
27 
26 
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24 
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22 
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26 



12 

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291 43 



22; 

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111 
21 

17 



241 12 
35! J 8 



46 
45 
22 
21 
27 
22 
65 



26 
21 
13 
11 
17 
15 
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27 
30 
20 
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12 
16 
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26 
14 
10 
9 
15 
19 
13 
12 
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251 131 27 
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8 



23 

28 

27 

41 

37 

30 

24 

16 

26 

23 

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26 

20 

21 

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26; 
221 



351 191 
281 10 



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43 
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22 
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25 
29 
31 
19 



19 35 



17 
22 



24 
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29 
26 
38 



20 37 
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9 
13 
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25 



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10 
11 

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21 
11 
11 
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22 
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10 
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27 
29 
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13 
17 
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7 
21 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



219 



ST. MARY'S COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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35 
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11 60 



11 30 
11 40 



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285 00 
285 00 
223 50 
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285 00 
285 00 
285 00 
285 00 
285 00 
380 00 
374 23 
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285 00 
279 12 
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289 85 
228 80 

294 55 
314 92 

295 75 
299 63 

296 48 
295 00 

389 23 
380 43 

290 56 

290 39 
294 62 

294 50 

291 42 

313 37 

290 00 

390 25 
396 45 
417 48 

297 41 

292 20 
388 70 

395 05 
304 50 
383 41 
393 26 
302 70 
307 38 

293 20 

314 76 
409 36! 
386 3o| 
292 101 

396 99 
285 00 
284 13 

295 55 
208 70 
292 74 

291 95 



220 



ANNTJAL REPORT OF THE 



ST. MARY'S COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 



ATTENDANCE FOB THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



Number of school. 1 


Elfct idii district. 


Name of Teacher. 


Fall 
Term. 


Winter 
Term. 


Spring 
Term. 


Summer 
Term. 


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pupils for the year. 


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8 
9 
9 




23 
63 


10 
34 


22 
68 


11 

48 


24 
69 


10 
49 


20 
51 


9 
34 


26 
74 


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1096 


o68jl368 


747 


1310 


678 


1219 


636 


1564 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



221 



ST. MARY'S COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 



EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



Number of school. 


Election district. 


Rent. 


Fuel. 


Repairs. 


Other incidental expenses. 


Furniture, blackboards, 
stoves. 


Teachers' salaries for the 
year. 


Total expenses. 


Receipts from books. 


5 
1 
1 


8 
9 
9 


' so 00 


4 50 
16 85 


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3 50 


50 
2 68 




285 OC 
880 00 
190 00 


290 00 
433 03 
190 00 


19 37 
36 80 


















48 50 


281 10 


139 90 66 64 


57 09 


13782 17 


14375 40 


371 89 



• 



222 



ANNUAL REPORT OF 1 II K 



ST. MARY'S COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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IJoh'A Cajay, Prin 

1 Margaret C. Bennett, Ass't. 

IG. B. Mahoney 

2 Ella M. Hawkins 

2 Wm. B. Thompson 

3! Annie C. Dysou 

SiMary A. Hawkins 

3 Jane M. Butler 

3i 
3 



Geo. W. Cryer 

Elizabeth Page 

4Jas. H. Stewart 

4 Sarah C. Dent 

4 J. Franklin Adams. . 

5 Annie A. Brown 

5 John M. McElderry.. 

SlMary A. Butler 

sis. A. Neal 

G Estelle M. Cole 

6 Margaret E. Butler. . 
TjTheresa E. Douglass. 

7 Susan R. Clarke 

8 R. G. Williams 



Thos. S. Nelson, 
J. Bvron Dixon, 



25 12 
38 15 



18 
241 10 
38! 15 



40 
13 
19 
30 
21 
20 
40 
20 
15 



18 
7 
7 
12 
14 
10 
18 
9 
5 



31 
129 



43 
26 
26 
281 14 
371 12 
57i 25 
45I 



40 
48 
85 
48 
34 
23 
38 
28 
56 
64 
29 



22 



651 



38 
65 
41 
66 
50 
58 
76 
108 



11 29 



2731179 



12i 31 
52 121 



19 
19 
26 
18 
13 
11 
23 
15 
13 
18 
12 



12 
28 
16 
17 
22 
18 
23 
46 



46 
39 
62 
57 
33 
23 
38 
30 
56 
66 
36 



13 



446 



52 
67 
39 
51 
49 
56 
62 
105 



26 
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13 28 
771 80 



20 
20 
19 



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47 
64 



21 60 



15 
9 

22 



35 
27 
40 



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22I 55 

28'| 44 

11 35 



16 
30 
20 
21 
16 
21 
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11 



53 
60 
29 
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45 
56 
67 
86 



10 
26 



35 
134 



10 
15 
19 
21 
16 
13 
32 
14 
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16 
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47 
50 
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38 
31 
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32 
71 
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17 
9 
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24 
27 
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61 
76 
44 
71 
53 
71 
85 
129 



12 



429 



37 
1354 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



223 



ST. MARYS COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



1 

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42 67 
4 25 
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170 75 



117 09 



93 

2 26 
55 
40 

3 20 
3 50 
2 41 



44 45 



30 93 



190 00 
275 13 
190 00 
285 00 
190 00 
190 00 
285 00 
190 00 
190 00 
190 00 
190 00 
283 50 

189 00 
285 00 

40 00 
150 00 

190 00 
190 00 
283 56j 
283 50 
190 OO! 
190 00| 
285 00 

67 28 
285 00 



199 90 8 96 
317 75 17 71 

190 00 

294 93 3 85 

201 00 

203 53 j 29 73 
296 401 

199 501 

206 26 1 

200 OOj 1 50 

212 28 ] 

296 14 1 16 80 
211 081 12 67 
293 25! 7 29 

42 82| 

158 50 
223 931 



5276 97 



203 76 
288 11 
290 90 
245 87 

204 25 
298 25 

68 78 
293 00 



7 40 
20 46 
23 74 
2 35 
17 33 



2 34 
18 63 



13 26 



5640 19 204 02 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



ST. DIARY'S COVl^TY —Statejnent of lieceipts and Lli<bursementii for 
Public School Purposes*, for the Tear ending July 31, 1895. 



Receipts, 

Balance on hand July 31, 1894 $3,215 98 

State school tax 8 629 88 

State free school fund 1318 43 

State donations, academic fund 400 00 

County school tax. . cents on the $100 2 151 18 

Amount of levy, $2,701.77 

Sales of Books 635 ig 

State appropriation to colored schools 5,250 05 

Insurance 272 81 

Oystering licenses, white S60 06 

Bank loan 2,000 00 

Oystering licenses, colored 1,208 09 



$25,941 64 

DlSBl}IlSEMENTS. 

Teachers' salaries — white schools $13,782 17 

Fuel 281 10 

Incidental expenses of schools, white 66 64 

Rent 48 50 

Books and stationery 328 21 

Building school houses 367 80 

Repairing school houses 139 90 

Furniture, black-boards and stoves 57 09 

Interest 50 58 

Salary of secretary, treasurer and examiner 800 00 

Salary of Assistant 200 00 

Per diem of School Commissioners 300 00 

Office expenses and account books 6 38 

Printing and advertising 138 36 

Paid to colored schools 5,809 25 

Postage 27 50 

Insurance 44 27 

Magistrate's and sheriff's fees 6 85 

Treasurer St. Teachers' Asso 10 00 

Teachers attending St. Teachers' Asso 20 00 

Traveling expenses examiner out of the county 35 00 

Balance cash on hand 3,422 04 

$25,941 64 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



225 



ST. MARY'S COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOLS— Eeceipts and DisbuTS^ 
ments for the Year ending July 31, 1895. 

Receipts. 



Unexpended balance of previous appropriation $2,809 18 

Amount received from State Treasurer 5,250 05 

Tongers' oystering licenses.. . T 1,208 09 

Sale of books 204 02 



$ 9,471 34 

Disbursements. 

Paid for teachers' salaries $5,276 97 

Incidental expenses 44 45 

Lumber and repairs • 117 09 

Fuel 170 75. 

Books and stationery 164 11 

Stoves and furniture 30 93 

Insurance 4 95 

Pro rata share general expenses, com. to both funds . . 502 42 

Balance cash on hand 3,159 67 

$ 9,471 34 



15 



226 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



TALBOT COUNTY, 



NUMMARY OF SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

.?OR SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 

1895. 1894. 

dumber of school houses owned by the county, 59 ; rented 



4; total, 63 63 

Frame, 61; brick, 2 63 68 

Number of rooms occupied when the attendance is largest. . 86 85 
Number of male teachers (principals), white, 12; colored 5 ; 

total, 17 17 18 

Number of female teachers (principals), white, 34; colored, 

9; total, 43 43 44 

Number of male teachers, (assistants), white, 2 ; colored, 1 ; 

total, 3 3 3 

-Number of female teachers, (assistants), white, 16; colored, 12 

4; total, 20 20 21 

Total, white 64 ; colored, 19; total, 83 83 86 

Number of fenced lots 9 12 

Number of schools having out-buildings 59 69 

Number of schools having sufficient black-boards 40 44 

Number of schools having good furniture 57 57 



Number of terms schools were open — white, 3 4-5 ; colored, 
3 2-5 

HTumber of different pupils for the year — males — white, 1,402 ; 
colored, 777; total, 2,179; females — white, 1,355; colored. 



693 ; total, 2,048 4,227 4,236 

Number of pupils in average attendance, white, 1,568 ; col- 
ored, 700 ; total, 2,268 2,268 2,276 

Number of pupils over 16 years of age — white, 120; colored, 

98; total, 218 218 250 

Number of official visits paid by examiner 124 115 

NUMBER OP PUPILS. 
Fall Term. Winter Term. Spring Term. Summer 1 erm. 

Oa Roll.. 3,156 8,063 3,467 ''1% 3,101 

^aISLce|rol'd!'''6?3 2,324 L^^J 2,281 2,246 

1895. 1894. 

Number of pupils in 1st grade, Jan. 1st 1,217 1,170 

2d " " 533 571 

" 3d " " 513 552 

« " 4th " " 545 510 

5th " " ..• 365 334 

" " 6th " " 249 241 

" " above 6th 241 239 



Number of pupils in book-keeping, 33; algebra, 245; physiology, 525; 
geometry, 114; philosophy, 47; drawing, 2,476; Latin, 234; Greek, 29; 
French, 77. 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



227 



TALBOT COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 



School Houses Built or Enlarged During the Year. 



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Frame 
Frame 
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$825 68 
666 41 
871 20 
588 46 



28 


24 


8i 


160 


Yes. 


No 


On hand. 


28 


24 


8i 


160 


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32 


24 


9 


184 


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228 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

TALBOT COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



Number of school. 


Election district. 


Name of Teacher. 

* 


Fall 
Term. 


Winter 
Term. 


Spring 
Terra. 


Summer 
Term. 


Number of different 
pupils for the year. 


On roll. 


Average daily 
attendance. 


On roll. 


Average daily 
attendance. 


On roll. 


Average daily 
attendance. 


On roll. 

1 


Average daily 
attendance. 


1 


1 


Edmund D. Murdaugh, Prin.. 


185 


161 


185 


148 


169 


138 


164 


139 


195 






























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2 


2 


William S. Grouse, Prin 


100 


91 


95 


84 


94 


85 


91 


79 


102 


















































3 




Daniel M. Long, Prm 


37 


33 


38 


34 


35 


31 


35 


30 


38 


























4 


3 


N. Price 1 urner, Prin 


73 


59 


71 


56 


71 


55 


63 


46 


77 


























1 

± 


1 


Theodore S. Pattison, Prin.. . 


177 


120 


176 


128 


187 


134 


186 


137 


218 






Margaret P. Robinson, Ass't. 














































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2 


1 


C. Emelie Pratt 


22 


16 




20 


23 


17 


20 


14 


30 


3 


1 


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27 


18 


• 30 


18 


30 


17 


27 


19 


35 


4 


1 




33 


18 


49 


26 


46 


25 


36 


19 


58 


5 


1 






















6 


1 


S. May Shehan 


45 


29 


49 


28 


53 


36 


56 


39 


61 


7 


1 


Anna E. Barwick 


16 


10 


26 


9 


22 


11 


25 


• 8 


41 


8 


1 




27 


15 


26 


12 


15 


7 


8 


5 


35 


9 


1 


Mary R. Williams 


22 


15 


29 


21 


30 


22 


27 


20 


30 


1 


2 


Sallie A. AVollaston 


164 


138 


163 


121 


165 


126 


161 


127 


186 


















































2 


2 






















3 


2 




47 


31 


51 


33 


51 


34 


51 


31 


62 


4 


2 




36 


15 


37 


23 


36 


22 


37 


22 


58 


5 


2 




34 


24 


40 


21 


36 


21 


33 


21 


47 


6 


2 


Josephine N. Collins, Prin. . . 


67 


53 


74 




61 


43 


58 


43 


84 


























7 


2 




36 


26 


49 


31 


44 


25 


50 


33 


53 


1 


3 


Mennie M. Merrick 


43 


38 


42 


36 


46 


34 


46 


41 


51 


2 


3 


H. Lucretia Anthony, Prin. . 


114 


94 


115 


91 


117 


90 


116 


90 


134 


























3 


3 


Nellie M. Jackson 


15 


9 


15 


11 


11 


7 


14 


10 


16 


4 


3 




31 


24 


38 


24 


36 


22 


33 


19 


45 


5 


3 


Laura R. Sullivan 


19 


14 


23 


17 


20 


18 


19 


14 


24 


6 


3 






















7 


3 


Nettie S. Martin 


16 


12 


18 


15 


18 


16 


18 


16 


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STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



229 



TALBOT COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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230 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



TALBOT COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



Name of Teacher. 



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Term. 



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Term. 



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3jMatthias F. McMahau.. 

4iCarrieB. Smith 

4|Elizabeth E. Hall 

41Virginia Bouldin 

4jSue B. Rose 

4! Jane B. Hopkins 

4iE. Lela Bailey. 



7! 4!Lucie K. AVarren , 

4j Willy Hardcastle 

4Ida V. W^ood 

4:E. Alexandria Weedon 

4! William S. Jackson, Prin. . , 
jMamie H Jackson, Ass't — 

4!Mary C. W^olcott 

5jRosa V. CauJk 

5Emma H. Tarr 

5 Robert A. Rowlenson 

4| 5 Edwin R. Jump, Prin 

M. Estelle Sherwood, Ass't. 

5[John W. Gibson 

5 John W. Gibson, Jr , 



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47! 30 

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30 24 



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13 



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11 



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301 17 



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18 
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24 
31 
36 
84 



11 
16 
48 



61 
14 



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16 
21 
28 
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29 
34 



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18 
18 



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45 
32 
28 16 



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54 



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51 
41 
29 
35 
71 



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24 
17 
21 
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28l 15 

34i 23 

33i 27 



100 



57 
13 



61 



87 
9 



43 
25 
33 
20 
77 
50 
21 
18 



8 
36 
39 
41 
20 
37 
70 



36 
30 
39 
37 
83 



65 
12 



2256 



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91 
111 



42 30 
28i 20 
29 18 



17 
64 
53 
17 
14 



5 
22 
20 
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14 
27 
48 



10 

35 
33 
30 
16 
32 
64 



10 
45 
31 
10 
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14 
21 
11 
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54 
35 
39 
28 
83 
64 
80 
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39 
41 
108 



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76 
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15452757 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION 



231 



TALBOT COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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232 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



TALBOT COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOB THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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Anna K. H. Miller, Prin 

Robert H. Gibson, Ass't 

Lula V. Tilghman, Ass't. . . . 
William Johnson, Prin. . . . 
Mamie H. Wilson, Ass't. . . . 

Helen G. Turner, Prin 

K. Rebecca Craddock, Ass't. 

Georgine C. M. Corbin 

Martha 8. Hoaglyn 

Martha E. Scott 

3|Isaac M. Turner, Prin 

Susan B. Augusta, Ass't . . . . 

John E. Friend 

Henry E. Turner 

4]Colurabus Handy 

Hattie E. Howard 

Eliza M. Murray 

Miriam C. Dennis 

Mary E. McAbee 



217 



120 



141 



58 
63 



105 



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246 



118 



106 140 



441 81 
451 64 
38 

57; 148 



110 

25 
43 

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77 
12 
31 
18 
18 
12 
25 



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169 



72 



91 



46 
35 
31 
63 



111 

59 
59 
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22 30 

20 35 

14 26 

32, 43 



17 
37 



704 



27 
55 



942 



10 
27 
16 
36 
16 
38 



701 



264 



146 



169 



93 
72 
42 
161 



128 
67 
75 
46 
60 
68 
79 



1470 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



233 



TALBOT COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895, 



Number of schooL ] 


Election district. 


Rent. 


Fuel. 


Repairs. 


Other incidental expenses. 


Furniture, blackboards, 
stoves. 


Teachers' salaries for the 
year. 


Total expenses. 


Receipts from books. 


1 

2 

1 

2 
3 
4 
1 

2 
3 
1 
2 
3 
4 
1 


1 

1 

3 

2 
2 
2 
3 

3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
4 
5 




84 40 


13 28 


36 69 


24 23 


825 25 


1110 50 


36 10 




















47 20 


3 00 


1 95 


17 65 


395 10 


511 98 


28 60 




44 75 


1 00 



7 00 


8 40 


413 75 


534 66 


45 35 




35 90 
23 50 
14 05 
25 87 


1 50 
5 00 


4 80 
40 
1 75 
3 00 


• • • • ■ 


213 00 
189 50 
112 00 
371 45 


261 98 
241 96 
149 40 
439 32 


15 
16 75 
14 55 
32 25 




















23 75 
26 50 

24 91 

25 10 


3 13 


5 48 
75 
3 40 


107 25 
6 00 


294 00 
170 25 
182 00 
182 00 
190 00 
182 00 
197 50 


359 53 
318 74 
233 25 
212 10 
223 38 
238 11 
268 71 


25 70 

6 65 
9 90 

70 
2 20 
4 70 

7 60 




21 25 
21 90 
25 37 




2 01 
4 48 




15 00 





12 50 
31 00 


15 00 


444 45 26 91 


71 71 


207 03 


3917 80 


5103 62 


231 20 



234 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



TALBOT COUNTY — Statement of Receipts and Dhhursements for 
Public School Purjjoses, for the Year Ending July 31, 1895. 



Receipts. 

Balance on hand July 31, 1894 $ 2,345 61 

State school tax 9,089 08 

State free school fund 2,056 69 

State donations 1,200 00 

County school tax cents on the $100 0,378 00 

Amount of levy $21,000 00 

Sales of books by teachers of white schools 911 41 

Sales of books by teachers of colored schools 231 20 

State appropriation to colored schools 4,317 28 

County school tax, 1893 15,010 00 

Interest on county school tax, 1893 260 00 

County Commissioners for Easton high school building 13,000 00 

Tongers' licenses — white 692 13 

Tongers' licenses — colored 337 42 

Sale of an old school house 90 00 

School entertainments 50 57 

Rebate of discount on note 140 00 

Sale of iron columns 15 00 

Sale of stoves 10 50 

Sale of coal 2 33 

Sale of book to Neavitt 1 00 

Balance due treasurer, excess of disbursements over receipts. . . 424 57 



$56,518 79 

Disbursements. 

Teachers' salaries — white schools $23,765 65 

Fuel 1,621 05 

Incidental expenses of schools 697 89 

Rent 52 50 

Books and stationery 1,688 85 

Building school houses 15,619 23 

Repairing school houses 571 38 

Furniture, black-boards and stoves 2,104 61 

Interest 383 50 

Salary of secretary, treasurer and examiner.... 1,000 00 

Per diem of School Commissioners 300 00 

Office expenses and account books 128 40 

Printing and advertising 90 75 

Paid to colored schools 6,061 33 

Fire insurance, 14 houses 265 90 

Manual training material 44 03 

District school libraries 16 00 

Teachers' institute 118 22 

Parment of note to Easton National Bank 2,000 00 

$66,518 7f 



STATE BOAED OF EDUCATIOM. 



235 



TALBOT COUNTY— COLORED SCROOLS— Receipts and Disbursements 

for the Year ending July 31, 1895. 

Receipts. 



U'nexpended balance of previous appropriation $ 56 47 

Amount received from State Treasurer 4,317 28 

Amount received from county school board 1,108 96 

School house and furniture transferred 500 00 

Colored tongers' licenses 337 42 

Books sold by colored teachers 231 20 



$ 6,551 33 

Disbursements. 

Paid for teachers' salaries $3,917 80 

Incidental expenses, repairs, furniture, stoves, &c. . . . 305 65 

Rent 15 00 

Fuel 444 45 

Books and stationery 420 72 

Share of cost of supervision, &c 325 00 

Fire insurance, 4 houses 34 25 

Building addition to school house 588 46 

School house and furniture transferred 500 00 

$ 6,551 sa 



236 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



WASHINGTON COUNTY. 



SUMMMAIIY OF SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



FOU SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 

1895. 1894. 



Number of school houses owned by the County, 121 ; rented, 

14; total, 135 135 134 

Frame, 57; brick, 64; log, 5; stone, 9 135 134 

Number of rooms occupied when the attendance is largest. 215 209 
Number of male teachers (principals), white, 102; colored, 

5; total, 107 107 

Number of female teachers (principals), white, 25 ; colored, 

5; total, 30 30 

Number of male teachers (assistants), white, 15 ; colored, 

1 ; total, 16 16 

Number of female teachers (assistants), white, 61; colored, 

2; total, 63 63 

Total, white, 203; colored, 13; total, 216 216 

Number of fenced lots 24 28 

Number of schools having out-buildings 133 

Number of schools having sufficient blackboards 128 

Number of schools having good furniture 127 

Number of terms schools were open — white, 3 ; colored, 3. . 
Number of different pupils for the year — males — white, 4,241 ; 
colored, 282; total, 4,528; females — white, 3,844; colored, 

285; total, 4,129 8,G52 

Number of pupils in average attendance — white, 5,860; col- 
ored, 303; total, 6,163 6,163 

Number of pupils over 16 years of age, M'hite, 396 ; colored, 

28; total, 424 424 

Number of official school visits paid by examiner 327 



Number of Pupils. 



On Roll.. 

Average 
attendance 



Fall Term. 
) white, 7,134 
[ col'd, 508 



7,642 



) white, 5,474 
\ col'd, 342 



5,816 



Winter Term. 

^f^l 8,080 

5,860 p ^ r.cf 
303 ^'^^^ 



Spring Term. 

6,914 



Summer Term. 



411 

5,059 
276 



7,325 
5,335 



1895. 

Number of pupils in 1st grade January 1st 1,848 



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8d 

4th 
5th 
6th 

above 6th 



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1,364 
1,487 
1,219 
982 
647 
538 



Number of pupils in book-keeping, 375; algebra, 833; physiology, 
Ens:lish literature, 478; geometry, 424; philosophy, 313; drawing, 
Latin, 234; German, 107; Greek, 29. 



1894. 

1,820 
1,257 
1,528 
1,174 
1,035 
652 
546 

1,682; 
5,844; 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 237 

WASHINGTON COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 



School Houses Built or Enlarged During the Year. 



No. of School. 1 


District. 


Material. 


Cost. 


Length. 


Width. 


Height. 


Square feet of 
Blackboard. 


Outbuildings. 


Fences. 


Cost of Furni- 
ture. 


2 


7 


Brick 


$2,000 85 


49+ 


41 


20 


192 


Y"es. 


No. 


$57 73 


3 


14 




1,128 00 


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20 


99 




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4 




610 50 


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238 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



WASHINGTON COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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3 


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4 


1 


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2 


1 


2 


1 


2 


1 


2 


1 


2 


1 


2 


1 


2 


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2 


3 


2 



Jno, E. Watjaman 

Wm. D. Furry 

Mattie Lakin 

John P. Smith 

Annie Knode 

Daisy McGraw 

Helen Hiberger 

Wm. H. Hutzell 

Bertha Mvers 

D. W. Wyand 

H. L. Rinehart 

J. B. H. Bowser 

Frank L. King 

Florence M. Crowe 

Mary Schnebley 

Julia Boswell 

Nellie Reed 

Howard Learaan 

Estella Cochran 

J. W. Tinsley, male high. . . . 
C. Edwin Carl. Ass't M. & F. 

L. E. McC. Strite 

Grace Schindel 

Mary Rowland 

Aura Schindel 

Lottie Garver 

Athalinda Bell 

Julia S. Welck 

Ella Tagixart 

John B. Houser, female high 
Emma Mentzer, ass't fem. hg. 

3J. A. Zeiijler 

SChas. Alvey, 
3 
3 



S. M. Wagaman. ... 

Fannie Grove 

Laura C. King 

Bella Storey 

Lizzie Swarbrick. . . , 

Alice Hanna 

Hattie Ilumrichouse. 
E. Rebecca Brown.. 
Harry L. Fockler. . . 



27 
34 
26 
81 
34 

47: 

58 
42 
34 
28 
27 
45 
34 
45 
42 
50 
51 
26 
31 
47 



57 
28 
35 
37 
50 
36 
42 
47 
60 



38 
32 
34 
45 
38 
47 
51 
37 
42 
53 
39 



23 27 



28 
17 
26 
26 



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34 
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40; 531 
43 631 



29 

16 

19 

241 

36 

31 

37 

36 

43 

40 

17 

21 

41 



50 
23 
31 
30 
38 
29 
28 
36 
55 



70 
33 
36 
29 
47 
34 
44 
43 
50 
54 
33 
27 
46 



59 
27 
36 
39 
50 
39 
49 
45 
58 



31 
29 
28 
38 
29 
37 
40 
32 
36 
41 
27 



34 
32 
33 
39 
36 
43 
49 
35 
41 
60 
40 



22 
31 
24 
31 
30 
43 
41 
50 
15 
27 
23 
37 
28 
36 
36 
39 
43 
24 
19 
41 



26 
28 
33 
40 
34 
49 
57 
58 
16 
32 
28 
42 
33 
43 
41 
50 
57 
29 
26 
45 



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21 
31 
30 
39 
31 
37 
34 
51 



26 
2 

27 
34 
29 
37 
39 
29 
36 
42 
28 



21 
29 
25 
26 
28 
38 
43 
37 
11 
21 
22 
27 
28 
36 
34; 
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16; 
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56 47 

26 22 



36 
31 
44 
37 
47 



301 
25 
35! 
281 
36 
44| 37 
56 52 



31 
32 
27 
39 
301 
33 
47 
33 
35 
52 
36 



55 



24 

26 
201 
33 
25 
25 
32 
27 
31 
39 
23 



32 



52 



STATE BOARD OF EDDCATION. 



239 



WASHINGTON COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOR YEA.R ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



1 

Rent. 


Fuel. 


Repairs. 


Other incidental expenses. 


Furniture, blackboards, 
stoves. 


Cost of books. 


Teachers' salaries for the 
year. 


Total expenses. 


40 00 


51 oJ 


62 94 


8 95 


6 90 


2 44 


1920 00 


2092 32 















































































230 82 
224 02 
929 68 
2146 64 




10 87 
10 63 

50 50 


2 50 

3 15 

189 59 


80 
24 
48 
8 25 


1 28 


5 37 



210 00 
210 00 
240 00 
1850 00 




58 84 
17 40 


30 90 


















































































9 50 
11 43 


40 65 
1 00 


16 
96 


60 
1 85 
24 81 




240 00 
210 00 
1041 00 


290 91 
255 24 
1090 81 


30 00 
25 00 












65 00 


273 13 


179 99 


16 50 


80 59 


1 96 


2256 30 


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194 25 














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998 75 


16 50 


231 28 


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73 


1 91 


240 00 


268 33 



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3 
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3 
3 
3 
3 
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3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



240 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THK 



WASHINGTON COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE IKAR ENDING JPLY 31st, 1895. 



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3 Fannie Allen 21 1 

3Clias. Harsh.. 41 33 

3 Louis L. Bowers | 22 18 

32 25 

35 31 

45; 3 

40, 30 

25i 19 

26! 17 

36| 18 

35 25 

24i 1 

44! 37 

51; 38 

65 52 

27j 10 

35 24 
34 20 
17| 10 
29! 19 
29, 19 

25 15. 
19 11 
24 14 
31' 25 
30 26 
32 30 

36 32 
36 31 
50 31 
40 29 
42 26 
17 13 

27 23 
22 21 

28 23 

42 39 

43 37 
36 30 

26 24 
28 20 

27 17 



4Jno. Aukeney 

4|lna Slaughenhaupt. . 
4iMrs. A. E. Suyder. . . 

4lda Beard 

4 Geo. B. Young 

4jChas. A. Waynant.. . 
4'Bert Seiss 

4 Loutie Bain 

5 Geo. W. Craig 

S Kaolin L. Whitson. . 

5 Mary E. Crown 

5 Mary F. Clarke 

5 Frank Newcomer 

5:Hattie Brady 

5 Max Richards 

5 Mary Thomas 

5'James G. Exline, 

5! J. J. McClusker 

s'Mollie V. Young 

5| Lizzie M. Carter 

5: Virginia L. Feidt 

6!W. A. Ilenneberger.. , 

6C. E. Koogle 

6T. II. Smith 

elEmma Lamar 

6;Eno M. Cheney 

6Robt. Lamar 

6jVincent Flook 

6Edwd. Palmer 

6S. B. Shoop 

6'J. W. D. Seighman. . , 
7!Eugene A. Spessard.. 
7!Newton E. McClorey. 
7|Kate Slaughenhaupt.. 

7|Bessie G. Winter 

7 W. Merrick Iluyett. . . 

7|Eva D. Wishard 

7 Jos. A. Burkhart 

7|Barry G. Sheiss 



20 
47 



38 
34 
33 
47 
35 



37 
54 
48 
39 
20 



21 
28 
40 



28 
41 
34 



15 
35 



29 23 

29: 25 

36i 24 

45i 32 



30 
26 
21 
31 
25 



18: 14 

43, 33 

55| 39 

62, 43 

38 18 

39 25 
35 25 
18| 10 
36| 25 
291 23 
26, 14 
13 10 
24; 20 
281 25 
29 25 
34 30 
38! 31 



31 
40 
34 
29 
17 



271 24 



18 
25 
38 



461 34 
39| 34 



23 
27 
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18 

45 

25 

27 

33 

35 

34 

25 

27 

49 

29 

24 

34 

48 

51 

23 

41 

36 

21 

32 

31 

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20 

23 

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20 17.... 

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411 38.... 

34 30 ... . 

36, 29.... 

28' 23 16 

22 15,. . . . 

26 17i. . . . 



13 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCAnON. 



241 



WASHINGTON COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continuetl. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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210 00 ; 

236 80' 
210 00' 
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245 25 
281 41 
249 93 
912 93 



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2 
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75 
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56 
56 
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48 
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25 
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210 00 
240 00 
300 00 
240 00 
210 00 
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222 93 
280 21 
324 03 
256 25 
253 59 
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26 25 
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12 50 
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9 75 
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3 17 
32 22 



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2 00 
1 63 



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210 00 
210 00 
210 00 
161 59 
197 15 
210 00 
240 00 
153 55 
210 00 
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236 35 

238 25 

239 08 
180 79 
212 98 
244 55 
255 64 
172 14 
226 80 

1480 o6 



17 
11 
12 
12 
12 
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57 
13 
51 
18 
25 
37 



13 25 
2 60 
25 
76 



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19 85 



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240 00 
210 00 
270 00 
270 00 

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273 42 
262 32 
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288 91 
296 41 
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126 80 



3 39 



496 36 



268* 71 



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24 50 
32 82 



32 
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3 05 
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210 00 
194 76 



249 05 
254 76 



16 



242 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



WASHINGTON COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued, 

ATTENDANCE FOB THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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7 A-tina M. Alsip 

8 Eugene A. Brown 

8 Clara Basel 

8 Roger Edmonds ....... 

8 Emma Grimm 

8 John A. B. Potter 

8L. M. Warrenfeltz 

SIGeo M. Stover 

8 David O. Snyder 

9 Henry A. Bachtell 

9Jolin C. Strite 

9 Emma S. Newcomer.. . 

9 Fred. Anthony 

9Chas. I. Woltinger. . . . 
9 Clarence S. Wolfinger. 

9C. I. Spessard 

9 Frank Bell 

9 Jos. A. Brown 

John O. WoUinger. . . , 
lOiJos. N. Zimmerman.. . . 



10 



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lOSallie Iseminger. 



10 

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Prank K. Brewer 

B. Bench 

W. B. Hutzell 

Laura Taylor j 52i 

O. M. Younkins 

C. E. Miller 

P. E. Miller 

A.nnie L. Summers , 

E. C. Wilson 

Ella Cusslcr 

Albirdie Cussler 

J. M. Kreidler 

W. H. Lamar 

E. Florence Knott 

Bessie Middlekauff 

Geo. H. Sprecker 

Julia V. Lyday 

Grafton Downs 

Henry C. Miller 



4 12 Nina Bloom. 



30 


18 


30 


20 


26 


20 


4i 


30 


41 


27 


37 


23 


21 


16 


32 


20 


23 


15. 


34 


27 


34 


26 


31 


26 


35 


30 


40 


31 


31 


24 


241 


16 


28 


23 


28 


17 


29 


19 


34 


27 


38 


25 


22 


16 


26 


17 


23 


15 


20 


11 


25 


14 


23 


13 


35 


27 


35 


32 


31 


25 


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31 


23 


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30 


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21 


18 


21 


19 


20 


18 


32 


29 


37 


33 


37 


28 


28 


21 


27 


22 


22 


16 


33 


26 


37 


25 


36 


28 


23 


20 


22 


19 


22 


18 


44 


37 


45 


40 


45 


37 


24 


19 


20 


17 


19 


15 


33 


28 


32 


27 


38 


27 


37 


32 


36 


28 


33 


28 


22 


18 


23 


17 


20 


16 


32 


20 


35 


28 


33 


14 


21 


16 


19 


12 


14 


10 


52 


38 


50 


36 


44 


28 


53 


34 


6a 


28 


47 


27 


32 


18 


34 


21 


32 


18 


25i 18 


35 


24 


34 


24 


39 


24 


32 


19 


33 


21 


38 


26 


39 


26 


41 


19 


23, 16 


40 


29 


40 


24 


32 


23 


40 


2b 


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34 


45 


32 


41 


29 


19 


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25 


20 


22 


16 


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29 


19 


26 


18 


28 


20 


31 


21 


24 


15 


33 


24 


37 


29 


32 


24 


37 


30 


37 


27 


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23 


24 


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21 


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27 


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36 


. 27 


34 


: 24 


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19 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



243 



WASHINGTON COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY SI, 1895. 



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16 
16 
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210 00 
227 20 
270 00 
266 40 
264 60 
519 83 


235 32 
229 38 
240 86 
286 63 
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28 10 


40 


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210 00 
480 00 


246 10 
533 06 


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15 50 
27 45 


71 33 
6 45 


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1 69 
1 60 


3 74 


298 19 
523 73 


386 71 
563 85 








16 48 
26 50 


6 85 
43 69 


80 
1 92 






210 00 
463 00 


234 13 
536 12 




1 01 










35 75 


31 69 


3 36 


1 17 


1 49 


825 00 


898 46 

































2U 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



WASHINGTON COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



O 

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OQ 

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v 

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Fall 
Term. 



o 



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Term. 



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Term. 



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35 


38 


42 


36 


40 


33 


21 


17 


27 


•21 


23 


18 


26 


20 


33 


25 


33 


17 


41 


25 


43 


32 


30 


18 


50 


40 


59 


49 


64 


41 


27 


18 


29 


25 


29 


19 


35 


26 


40 


38 


45 


83 


38 


28 


46 


37 


36 


26 


43 


32 


38 


34 


32 


24 


38 


29 


36 


29 


34 


23 


55 


40 


59 


45 


51 


40 


50 


36 


63 


47 


58 


39 


27 


13 


28 


19 


18 


11 


32 


23 


32 


30 


30 


24 


40 


34 


39 


35 


40 


35 


24 


12 


33 


16 




15 


30 


14 


27 


18 


25 


14 


43 


23 


52 


33 


48 


29 


27 


17 


41 


26 


32 


18 


46 


31 


54 


34 


48 


23 


21 


16 


27 


19 


24 


17 


25 


20 


31 


23 


27 


18 


41 


32 


45 


33 


36 




25 


19 


26 


19 


24 


18 


38 


22 


44 


28 


36 


20 


25 


20 


30 


24 


25 


19 


27 


18 


33 


28 


28 


21, 


21 


16 


39 


28 


35 


26 


28 


21 


28 


22 


29 


23 


32 


26 


29 


25 


30 


24 


17 


12 


19 


14 


17 


13 


27 


18 


26 


23 


26 


16 


23 


19 


34 


29 


25 


17 


39 


33 


39 


33 


38 


31 


45 


38 


43 


39 


42 


34 


44 


39 


44 


11 


42 


37 


50 


44 


50 




45 


38 


50 


36 


58; 38 


54 


34' 


38 


30 


m 30 


34 


2i»' 


47 


40 


48 


41 


46 


26 


44 


36 


45 


39 


47 


37 


27 


22 


29 


25 


26 


20 



512,1. Rich'd Eckstine. 

113Benj. Solliday 

2 1 3. Jos." Fier}^ 

313Benj. F. Conrad. 



4(13 \Vm. C. Mangaus 

513Sam'l M. Hicks 

613Sam'l O. Strite 

713Thos. M. Bragunier. . 
114U. W. Harshman 

1 ULilali Ross 

2 U;Clias. G. Leiter 

3 14 Jos. W. Woltinger... 

4 14j Ada Norris 

514ljohu i\Ia.sters 

5 14 Julia Miller 

1 15 Luther Forsythe 

2l5i VI. L. Bachtell 

3jl5!Geo. W. Halback.. . . 

4! 15| Daniel Flory 

515IJ. A. Funkhouscr. . . . 

6:i5!R. J. Feidt 

7il5'N'ellie M. Kerr 

8 15 Kieffer Hoover 

9 15 Ella D. Snvder 

1015|W. M. Cearfoss 

1 16 J. H. G. Seighman. . . 
216!d. Yulee Huyett 

3 16Clias. A. Weagley. . . 

3 16 Blanche Donaldson.. 

4 l6iE. Gaither Huvett. . , 

5 16 Edgar P. Eylef 

616;Neilie Good 

7l6jSamuel Barnes 

n'Florence Albert 

nSallie Adams 

17 Mary Rouskulp 

17 Emma Heironimous. 

117 Emily J. Walsh 

inlDan'l H Garver 

1 l7jBessie Funk 

IHjMaud Barkdoll 

1 18iJohn P. Fockler 



STATE BOA.RD OF EDUCATION. 



245 



WASHINGTON COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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297 17 
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25 

2 20! 



1 50, 

2 65j 

'i*77! 

5 09 



210 00 
270 00 
210 00 
240 00 
208 60 
210 00 
210 00 
210 00 
210 00 
210 00 
240 00 
240 00, 
525 



267 19 
1424 36 
289 08 
489 90 

2.85 'so 

287 05 

235 68 

263 25 

227 74 

228 82 
227 18 
238 26 
227 13 
248 07 
266 40 
254 36 
577 31 



15 00 



13 00 
12 50 
12 88 
11 35 
58 76 



28 50 



54 20 
3 50 
10 50 
13 97 
275 20 



96 4 40 

24 

96 i 

32l 90 
8 25 110 55; 



70 
6 00 



298 00 

201 oa 

239 28 
210 00 
2008 W 



18 17 



4 00 



2 15i 



795 00 



370 56 
217 84 
263 62 
237 24 
2481 95 



847 82 



246 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



WASHINGTON COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE TEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



O 

O 

o 



Name of Teacher. 



Fall 
Term. 



o 

c 
O 



a; X 



Winter 
Terra. 



5 a* 



Spring 
Terra. 



o 

c 
o 



c 



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Terra. 



o 

a 
O 



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ISjThos. H. Newman.. 45 

18| Laura Kimler 49 

ISClias. B. Neff 37 

18!M. L. Trovinger 43 

19 Geo. W. McBride I 31 

19 Delia D. Parks 39j 

19 Anna L. Humrichouse 45 

19 A. I). Snyder 31 

19 Edward Barnes 26 

19C. L. Grove 29 

20 N". D. Sprecker 35 

20Effie I. Long 70 

20 H. C. Poffinberger 28 

20 Cora Myers 46 

20Sallie Solliday 26 

20 Kate Schnebley 22 

21 Cbas. Minnebraker 24 

2lDan'l E. Downin 37 

21 jJ. D. Wolfinger 20 

22E. C. Hoover 36 

22 Amanda Barr 41 

22 Katie Huyett 43 

22 Lillian Barkdoll 42 

22 Edith Earbart 55 

22 Naomi Hoover | 40 

52 
46 
66 
64 
26 
41 
63 
20 
33 
29 



22| Nettie Baker 

22|Mary Lambert.. . , 
22lAn ie B. Ritchie. 

22iChas. Clopper 

23 Geo. S. Fockler. . 
23 Annie E. Miller. . 

23 B. M. Kin sell 

23 L Keller Shank. 
23 H. Guy 'Herman. 
623 S. B. Metcalf. 



7134 



38 
43 
31 
33 
26 
35 
40 
26 
21 
22 

28: 

58 
21 
27 
22 
15 
19 
26 
15 
33 
35 
40 
35 
43 
32 
42 
38 
43 
43 
23 
34 
42 
13 
25 
24 



45 

49 

38 

44 

33 

39 

44 

35 

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40 

49 

68 

31 

40 

32; 

30! 

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38 

27 

35 

40 

40 

40 

50 

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48 

42 

58 

52 

43 

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16 

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43 



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35 

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321 

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30 

19 

28 

40 

53 

24 

29 

27 

21 

22 

33 

25 

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34; 

38 

37 

421 

33 

39| 

34 

41 

35 

31 

36 

51 

13 

29 

33 



45 
46 
34 
44 
29 
35 
39 
35 
26 
32 
47 
59 
25 
35 



36 
38 
26 
31 
25 
28 
32 
30 
17 
24 
34 
44 
18 
16 
35; 28 
20' 14 



31 
38 
28 
34 
38 
38 
41 
44 
37 
42 
43 
50 
41 
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58 
15 
31 
33 



21 
26 
19 
28 
31 
35 
34 
35 
32 
37 
34 
39 
26 
28 



36 
11 
20 
20 



69145059 



109 



97 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



247 



WASHINGTON COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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210 00 
210 00 
210 00 
210 00 
240 00 
210 00 
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222 98 
275 20 
515 04 



285 34 

228 99 

229 70 
226 40 
241 37 
262 74 
228 83 

2734 62 



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14 38 
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10 86 
12 25 



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10 80 
7 97 
2 00 

10 60 
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270 00 
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210 00 
210 00 
210 00 



50665 45 



281 70 
301 40 
238 5& 
298 10 
227 12 
245 96 
251 66 



62606 21 



248 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



WASHINGTON COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOK THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



O 
O 

o 
n 

«4 

O 

<u 

6 



Name of Teacher. 



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Term. 



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Term. 



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Term. 



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Term. 



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4 
7 

11 
7 
6 

11 
8 
5 



4j21 
21 
21 

J21 



Geo. C. Bauin 

C. A. Williams 

Ella Bowser 

Rich'd C. Baruum. . . . 

Mattie Nelson 

Mary E. Carter 

Bettie Williams 

Jno. W. Williams. . . . 

Eva Herrod 

J. Stanley Dykes 

Jas. F. Samous 

Mary E. Jones 

Cora Mackey * 



19 


15 


20 


14 


19 


13 


48 


38 


45 


31 


39 


29 


34 


27 


39 


27 


30 


23 


40 


29 


32 


23 


26 


19 


19 


14 


19 


13 


20 


12 


26 


17 


26 


16 


23 


14 


15 


14 


16 


13 


15 


13 


30 


20 


40 


30 


39 




28 


15 


37 


14 


37 


16 


44 


31 


34 


30 


32 


24 


46 


32 


47 


28 


39 


27 


64 


34 


44 


24 


42 


26 


95 


56 


65 


40 


50 


31 


508 


342 


464 


303 


411 


276 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 249 
WASHINGTON COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



Number of school. 


Election district. 


Rent. 


Fuel. 


Repairs. 


Other incidental expenses. 


Furniture, blackboards, 
stoves. 


Cost of books. 


Teachers' salaries for the 
year. 


Total expenses. 


5 
4 
7 

11 
7 
6 

11 
8 
5 
4 
4 
4 
4 


1 
2 
4 
5 
11 
12 
15 
16 
19 
21 
21 
21 
21 


15 00 

• • • • • • 


9 00 

8 46 
11 25 
11 10 

11 25 

12 50 

9 38 
10 75 

9 75 
53 96 






25 


1 50 
4 33 
4 93 
4 39 


203 72 
210 00 
210 00 
205 80 
201 60 
190 91 
150 00 
210 00 
210 00 
919 54 


229 47 
286 35 
249 28 
225 79 
232 42 
281 79 
174 88 
234 21 
236 32 
1034 52 


63 56 
22 60 
4 25 






50 
25 
3 00 
25 
50 
90 






15 00 


1 57 
48 


77 65 




15 00 
**15'00 




8 31 
1 57 
27 85 


40 


3 85 


1 84 


25 10 


6 23 




















































60 00 


147 40 


205 79 


4 29 


30 75 


25 23 


2711 57 


3185 03 



250 



ANNUAL BEPORT OF THE 



WASHINGTON COU'i^TY— Statement of Receipts and Dutbursements for 
Public School Purposes, for the Year ending July 31, 1895. 

Receipts. 

State school tax $19,411 50 

State free school fund 2,363 39 

State donations 1,200 00 

County school tax. . cents on the $100 51,376 12 

Amount of levy, $51,376.12 

Fines and forfeitures ,,,8 00 

State appropriation to colored schools, $1,372.01 ' 

County bond for Oavetovvn school house 1,000 00 

Amount refunded by Jno. R. McDuell, balance of appropriation. 13 "!?8 



$75,371 89 



Disbursements. 

Balance due to treasurer, .July 31, 1894 $ 218 70 

Teachers' salaries — white schools 53,377 02 

Fuel 2,901 64 

Incidental expenses of schools 163 10 

Rent 385 50 

Books and stationery 235 27 

Building school houses 3,739 35 

Repairing school houses 3,883 37 

Furniture, black-boards and stoves 1,115 99 

High schools or academies $1,285 06 

Salary of secretary, treasurer and examiner 1,000 00 

Salary of Assistant 308 89 

Per diem of School Commissioners 600 00 

Office expenses and account books 198 91 

Printing and advertising 189 50 

Paid to 'colored schools, $3,185.03 

Registers on hand 3 00 

Visitation of schools 126 36 

Amount paid St. Teacher's Asso 10 00 

Balance cash on hand 6,925 29 



$75,371 89 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 251 

WASHINGTON COUNTY— COLORED ^CROOLS— Receipts and Dis- 
bursements for the Year Ending July 31, 1895. 

Receipts. 

Amount received from State Treasurer , $1,372 01 

Amount received from county school board 1,813 02 



$3,185 03 

Disbursements. 

Paid for teachers' salaries $2,711 57 

Incidental expenses 4 29 

Rent r 60 00 

Fuel 147 40 

Books and stationery 25 23 

Furniture 30 75 

Repairs 205 79 

$3,185 oa 



253 



ANNCAL REPORT OF THE 



WICOMICO COUNTY. 



SUMMARY OF SCHOOL STATISTICS. 



FOR SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 

1895. 1894. 

Number of school houses owned by the county, 74 ; rented 



7; total, 61 81 80 

Frame, 81 81 

Number of rooms occupied when the attendance is largest. . 97 94 
Number of male teacher? (principals), white, 19 ; colored 8 ; 

total, 27 27 33 

Number of female teachers fprincipals), white, 40; colored, 

10; total, 50 50 54 

Number of male teachers, (assistants), white, 4; colored,!; 

total, 5 5 S 

Number of female teachers, (assistants), white, 13; colored, 

2; total, 15 15 15 

Total, white 76; colored, 21 ; total, 97 97 94 

Number of fenced lots 9 9 

Number of schools having out-buildings 45 44 

Number of schools having sufficient black-boards 97 94 

Number of schools having good furniture 67 61 

Number of terms schools were open — white, 3; colored, 3.. 3 3 
Number of diiferent pupils for the year — males — white, 1,942 ; 
colored, 560; total, 2,502; females — white, 1,978; colored, 

589; total, 2,567 5,069 

Number of pupils in avera^re attendance, white, 2,169 ; col- 
ored, 515 ; total, 2,684 ^ 2,684 

Number of pupils over 16 years of age — white, 49 ; colored, 

43; total, 92 92 

Number of official visits paid by examiner 133 185 



NUMBER OF PUPILS. 
Fall Term. Winter Term. Spring Term. Summer fenn. 

rk x> 11 i white, 3,299 .^^a 3,550 .^.5-0 3,355 . « 
On Roll., -j^^^p^ ' 'gg- 4,164 4,5o9 4,247 

Arerage j white, 2,249 ^ 7^0 2,119 « 2,088 „ r,AQ 
attendance ( col'd, 503 ^'^^^ 516 ^'^^'^ 461 

1895. 1894. 

Number of pupils in 1st grade, Jan. 1st 942 919 

2d " " 907 797 

3d " 87S 864 

" 4th " " 783 881 

5th *' *' 636 591 

" 6th " " 480 455 

" above 6th 128 84 



Number of pupils in book-keeping, 128; algebra, 103; physiology, 398; 
gtometry, 20; philosophy, 31; drawing, 66; Latin, 25. 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 253 

WICOMICO COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 



School Houses Built or Enlarged During the Year. 



No. of School. 


District. 


Material. 


Cost. 


Length. 


Width. 


Height. 


Square feet of 
Blackboard. 


Outbuildings. 


Fences. 


Cost of Furni- 
ture. 


1 


3 




$ 758 00 










Yes. 


No. 


$13 70 


1 


7 


Wood 


689 00 














10 95 


















• 







254 



ANNUAL REPORT OV THE 



WICOMICO COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



O 

o 
u 

OQ 



B 

S3 



Name of Teacher. 



Fall 
Term. 



o 

a 
O 



bo a 



Winter 
Term. 



o 

a 
O 



Spring 
Term. 



o 

d 

O 



fcc a 



Summer 
Term. 



a 
O 



<1 



1 

2 

3 
4 

5 
6 



2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 

7 
8 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 



7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
1 
2 



IJohn W. Humphreys. 
llSamuel J. Bounds. . . , 
'.Jennie Bounds, Ass't. 
t Minnie F. Hollo way. . 
1 Alex. M. Holloway. . . 

1 Cora Bennett 

ICora Gillis 

2 John T. Truitt 

May T. Moore, Ass't.. 

2Thos. A. Melson 

2 Ella L. Brady 

2 Lizzie Darby 

2 A. J. Dashiell 

2'Susie M. Gale 

3!Grace W. Allen 

3jLucy J. Walter 

3S. Rebecca Thomas. . 

3Nannie Price 

3'John F. Phillips 

3 Nora Insley , 

[Alice M. Laws, Ass't. 

3:Kate White 

3|Roberta Dickey 

4i Mamie H. Powell. . . . , 

4'Thos. H. Truitt 

4 Gertie M. Parsons. . . , 



4|Wm. H. Culver 

4Claudius L. Powell 

.4jM. A. Davis 

iMaggie Littleton, Ass't, 

4lLizzie Bethards 

4; Annie Layrield 

4(Tarrie B. Brittingham. . 

4|Stella A. Dennis 

4|Tillie Hancock. 
5 
5 



James E. Moore. . . . 

E. E. Gordy 

Edith M. Oliphant.. 
Nancy T. Holloway, 

Marion Nock 

Blanche Mitchell. . . 
Ida M. Ward 



40 


29 


49 


41 


27 


A i\ 

40 


50 


A n 

40 


52 


36 


2o 


A A 

44 


A a 

48 


35 


57 


51 


30 


50 


20 


11 


25 


33 


27 


35 


35 


26 




20 


15 


2o 


17 


14 


19 


46 


35 


60 


28 


17 


39 


25 


17 


28 


60 


37 


58 


01) 


A O 

48 


07 


20 


13 


18 


29 


27 


32 


35 


28 


39 


63 


45 


65 


76 


54 


67 


43 


30 


39 


23 


17 


24 


42 


24 


53 


37 


26 


42 


48 


25 


63 


55 


33 


62 


48 


26 


47 


43 


35 


51 


53 


44 


57 


32 


19 


50 


63 


45 


65 


35 


19 


46 


38 


18 


49 


31 


23 


37 


4H 


27 


47 


39 


21 


46 


37 


21 


46 


42 


23 


68 


35 


23 


34 


40 


21 


51 


29 


17 


47 



14 

30 
27 
25 



32 
22 
28 
28 



291 45 

25| 39 

37| 53 

23: 41 

33 53 

24 48i 

15 24 

28l 33 

19! 39 

13! 20 

8i 12| 

37j 55 

20i 351 

10| 24 

3»| 46 

43 62 

12 20 

18: 31 

29 42 

45 61 

39 60 

24 35 



19 
52 
41 
54 



55i 59 

34! 51 

36' 47 

33, 56 

29 50 

36l 58 

28; 43! 

27 40 

26; 33 

25! 45 

24 37 

24^ 46 



53 
38 
46 
48 



28 
26 
41 
25 
35 
27 
10 
28 
27 
11 
8.. 
33 
17 
13 
26 
45 
11 
19 
31 
41 
38 
24 
12 
19 
22 
22 
32 
23 
32 
36 
22 
32 
20 
15 
20 
20 
20 
20 
29 
19 
26 
25 



STATE BOARD OF KDCCATION. 



255 



' WICOMICO COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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328 02 

223 59 
220 77 
223 59 
202 72 
223 59 
330 13 
216 51 

222 17 

223 59 
223 59 
223 59 

222 17 
209 43 

223 59 
202 72i 

222 17 

223 59! 
274 
223 
223 59 
223 59 
223 59 
223 59 
202 72 
222 18 
202 69 
283 2ll 

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223 59i 
223 59i 
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223 59 

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223 59: 
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223 59 
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234 92 
347 73 
223 59 
231 02 

231 27 
210 98 
228 74 
400 43 
216 51 
240 97 
240 55 
245 69 

232 39 
257 37 I 
240 071 
243 92 
206 49 
222 17 
242 31 
298 91 , 
222 17! 
232 94 i 
236 74 , 
236 381 

234 691, 
213 82 I, 

232 46 1 , 

233 141 
356 96 
222 88 
226 04 
239 86 
215 91 

235 60 

232 84 
210 22 

238 09 

233 77 
230 84 

234 57 

236 73 

239 04 



256 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



WICOMICO COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCK FOR THE YKAB KNDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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o 

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n 



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B 
5z; 



Name of Teacher. 



3 

1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 

rv 
4 

1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
1 



2 
3 
4 
5 



GjAnuie M. White. 
jJohn I. Davis, Ass't, 

7 
7 
7 

7 



10 



Lizzie Twiford. 

J. Fred. Messick 

Rena Cooper 

Purnell T. White 

7 Alma B. Vincent 

Annie 31. Hobbs 

Eva B. Robertson 

May Hamblin 

Ella Wheatley 

Vena Acworth 

Minnie Morris 

B. S. Morris 

Georgia Reddish 

J. Wm. Freeney 

Marion Foskey, Ass't 

S. Augusta Brohawn, Ass't. 

Elizabeth Price , 

Alice M. PoUitt 

Mattie E. Vincent 

Tillie M. Freeny 

Thos. H. Williams, Prin 

Wm. J. Holloway, Ass't. . . 

Annie M. Bvrd, Ass't 

John H. Waller, Ass't 

Jennie W. Waller, Ass't 

M. A. Cooper, Ass't 

Eliza E. Fish, Ass't 

Stella Dorman, Ass't 

Daisy M. Bell, Ass't 

Edith Bell, Ass't 

Urie Lee Gordy 

Sallie J Clash, Ass't 



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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



WICOMICO COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOB THE TEAR BNDINO JULY 31, 1895. 



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James R. Hay ward, Ass't. 

SjMary V. McCoy 

3Pliineas E. Gordy 

3 Moses P. Sterling 

Sarah S. Allen, xVsst 

Rose F. Richardson 

Mattic E. Gattis 

Sarah S. Riley 

C. W. Hubbard 

Ella R. Miller 

Solomon Oliver 

Julia U. Huston 

Lena Austin, Ass't 

Sarah J. Huston 

R. C. Williams 

Ernest L. Leonard 

Annie J. Osborne 

Olive J. Webb 

110 Walter T. Friend. 



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STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



259 



WICOMICO COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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260 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



WICOMICO CO\]:^^TY— Statement of Receipts ana Disbursements for 
Public Scliool Purposes, for the Year Ending July Zl, 1895. 

IlECEirTS. 

Balance on hand July 31, 1^94 | 1,545 60 

State school tax 9,883 72 

State tree school fund 1,717 63 

State donations... 1,200 00 

County school tax .... cents on the $100 9,160 88 

Amount of levy $10,500 

Fines and forfeitures 20 00 

State appropriation to colored schools 3,303 60 

From liquor licenses 1,510 00 

From oyster tongers' licenses 1,451 91 

Loans obtained from Salisbury Nat. Bank, proceeds, discount. . 6,356 05 

Collection of a note due school board 52 47 

From sale of school house 10 00 

From treasurer of county commissioners, to pay discount on 

draft for county appropriation 20 89 

From sale of old stove 2 50 

From interest on county appropriation 1 87 

Amount received from books, stationery, &c., from E. L. Wailes. 67 87 



$ 36,304 99 

Disbursements. 

Teachers' salaries — white schools $18,141 78 

Fuel 1,049 35 

Incidental expenses of schools 379 02 

Rent 99 50 

Books and stationery to indigent pupils 55 80 

Building school houses 1,447 00 

Repairing school houses 396 14 

Furniture, black-boards and stoves 3 3 40 

Salary of secretary, treasurer and examiner 800 00 

Per diem of School Commissioners 300 00 

Office expenses and account books 85 11 

Printing and advertising 49 50 

Paid to colored schools, teachers' salaries 3,847 75 

Supervision colored schools 100 00 

In payment of notes due Salisbury Nat. Bank 8,400 00 

Library appropriation 30 00 

Insurance 59 75 

Rent of hall for commencement 17 50 

Crayons and erasers 38 65 

Trial fee in case of State vs. Wm. J. Holloway, 

teacher 20 00 

Purchase money of lot adjoining high school premises. 160 00 

For preparing deed for said lot 5 25 

Discount on note renewed in Salisbury Nat. Bank. ... 31 97 

Balance cash on hand 417 52 

$ 36,304 «9 



STATE BOABD OF EDUCATION. 261 

WICOMICO COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOLS— Receipts and DisMtrss- 
ments for the Year ending July 31, 1895. 

Receipts. 

Amount received from State Treasurer $ 3,303 60 

Canoe license to colored citizens 786 94 

From white school fund 193 06 



$ 4,383 57 

Disbursements. 

Paid for teachers' salaries $3,847 75 

Incidental expenses 24 51 

Rent 47 50 

Fuel 324 73 

Repairs 25 08 

Furniture, stoves, &c 14 00 

Supervision 100 00 

$ 4,283 57 







I 



262 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



WORCESTER COUNTY. 



SUMMMARY OF SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

FOK SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 

1895. 1894. 

Number of school houses owned by the County, 70 ; total, 70. 70 

Frame, 70 70 

Number of rooms occupied when the attendance is largest. 110 
Number of male teachers (principals), white, 10; colored, 

10; total, 20 20 

Number of female teachers (principals), white, 46; colored, 

9; total, 55 55 

Number of male teachers (assistants), white, 1 ; colored, 2 

total, 3 3 

Number of female teachers (assistants), white, 28; colored, 

1; total, 29 29 

Total, white, 85; colored, 22; total, 107 107 

Number of fenced lots 7 

Number of schools having out-buildings 65 

Number of schools having sufficient blackboards 70 

Number of schools having good furniture 66 

Number of terms schools were open — white, 4; colored, 3. . 
Number of different pupils for the year — males — white, 1,653 ; 
colored, 637; total, 2,290; females — white, 1,452; colored, 

583; total, 2,035 4,325 

Number of pupils in average attendance — white, 1,873; col- 
ored, 599 ; total, 2,427 2,427 

Number of pupils over 16 years of age, white, 203 ; colored, 

101; total, 304 304 

Number of official school visits paid by examiner 169 

Number of Pupils. 

Fall Term. Winter Tertii. Spring Term. Summer Term. 

On Roll.. [ cord!' ^'988 ^'"^^ UOS^-^^^ ^988 ^'^^^ '"^^^ ^'^^^ 

\3ance[;^;S-d!' '^75 ^.S^O 'i'^ ''^ 2,189 895 

1895. 1894. 

Number of pupils in 1st grade January 1st 1,079 1,170 

2d " % 711 734 

" 3d " 722 760 

" 4th " 681 «33 

" 5th " 610 541 

" 6th " 314 278 

" above 6th " 129 121 

Number of 'pupils in book-keeping, 48; algebra, 181; physiology, 309; 
geometry, 27; philosophy, 38; drawing, 30; Latin, 79. 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 263 

WORCESTER COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 



School Hocses Built or Enlarged During the Year. 



1 No. of School. 


District. I 


Material. 


Cost. 


Length. 


Width. 


Height. 


Square feet of 
Blackboard. 


Outbuildings. 


Fences. 


Cost of Furni- 
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7 
3 
1 


Pine and Oak. . . 
Pine, Oak& Gum 
Pine, Gum & Oak 


$300 00 
666 00 
3,334 00* 










16 00 
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* Annex to Pocomoke City High School. 



264 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



WORCESTER COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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1 H. J. Handy. 
1 W. B. Vane. 
1 Fanny M. Handy. 
ISallie F. Henderson. 
1 Mamie A. Scott. 
1 Bessie Broughton. 
1 Rose Marshall. 
1 Mamie E. White. 
1 Nannie Barnes, 
1 Willie Riggin 

1 Cecil Brittingham, 
2M. Ella Sturgis. 

2 Kate M. Timmons. 
2 Bertie Richardson. 
2 Julia F. Bratten. 
2 Ella E. Disharoon. 
2 J. Edward White. 
2Jeanette B. Dryden. 

Mary M. Bratten. 
S. Virginia Hack. 

Ella Moore. , 
Ella L. Puruell, 
Dellie M. Riley. 
Katie Moore 
Julia A. Mumford, 
Annie J. Aydellotte. 

Alice S. Bowen 

Ella Massey 

Mary E. Staton. 

Florence Powell 

jcvin J. Kelly 

Nellie B. Bowen 

A. D. Sturgis 

Minnie Sooy 

4|Geo. T. Richardson. 
Annie M. Jannon... 

Mamie Puruell 

Julia A. Godfrey. . , 
George A. Bunting. 

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STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



265 



WORCESTER COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

EXPENSES FOR YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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263 69; 
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266 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



WORCESTER COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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6Susie Devereaux 

GMelissa C. Parsons. . . 
6! Annie K. Sooy 

6 Annie K. Bowen 

6 Lillian Bounds 

7jCarrie E Disharoon.. 

7 Katie Moore 

7 Katherinc Devereaux. 
7 Samuel J. Dryden. . . . 

7 Alice B. White 

TLida E. Clayville 

7 Sadie O. Powell 

7iMary B. Pusey 

7iLillian M. White 

8'Myrtie R. Davis 

8C. V. White 

8 Mary H. Clayville 

8 Sue Taylor 

SjCecilia P. Houston. . . 

SjRosa M. Porter 

8|W. C. Brumbley 

8] Aline L. Jones 

SSusie M. Dukes 

8 Jennie Bonneville. . . . 

8 Annie Benson 

8lClara Tull 

9'E. K. Wilson 

9'Nettie B Carey 

9 Lizzie .T. Franklin. . . . 

9 Daisy R. Wise 

9S. Kate Bowen 

9 Ida G. Jarmon 

9 Minnie W. Jones 

9 Angle J. Hudson 

9Sallie K. Tin^rle 

9lndianna Scott 

9 Annie B. Massey. . . . 
9,Alice E. Timnions.. . 

9 Belle Whaley 

9,Sallie A. Hayman. . . 



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EXPENSES FOB YEAR ENDING JULY 31st, 1895. 



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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



WORCESTER COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE TEAR ENDING JULY Slst, 1895. 



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WORCESTER COUNTY SCHOOL STATISTICS— Continued. 



EXPENSES FOR YEAK ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



1 Number of scliool. 


Election district. 


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Fuel. 


Repairs. 


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stoves. 


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484 96 


17 61 


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WORCESTER COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

ATTENDANCE FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1895. 



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Mary L. Hall 

Maude E. Burr 

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Frank R. Howell. . . 

David Jones 

Cordelia Bailey . 

Reese Hayward 

Mary J. Darnes 

Ella G. Hack 

Thos. J. Cooper. . . . 

Wm. Fassett 

Annie M. Borrican . 
Edward T. Duncan. 

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Wm. C. W^est 

Georgia Harmon . . 
Angelina Y. Collins. 
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272 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



WORCESTER COmTY —Statemeiit of Receipts and Disbursements for 
Public School Purposes, for the Year Ending July 31, 1885. 



Receipts. 

Balance on hand July 31, 1894 $ 1,799 05 

State school tax 9,788 90 

State free school fund ' 1,647 08 

State donations 1,200 00 

County school tax. . . .cents on the $100 8,902 61 

Liquor license 2,580 87 

State appropriation to colored schools 4,315 49 

Tuition, non-resident pupils 183 36 

Sale of old school houses 56 12 

Principal of free school fund collected for building 4,800 00 



$35,333 48 

Disbursements. 

Teachers' salaries — white schools $21,345 73 

Fuel, paid by teachers, $576.65 ; paid by School Board, 

$847.00 1,423 65 

Incidental expenses of schools, paid by teachers, 

$500.21; paid by School Board, 209.68 709 89 

Building school houses 4,581 18 

Repairing school houses, paid by teachers, $91.46; 

paid by School Board, $417.08 508 54 

Furniture, black-boards and stoves, paid by teachers, 

$17 61 ; paid by School Board, $695.90 713 51 

Interest 294 58 

Salary of secretary, treasurer and examiner 900 00 

Counsel 100 00 

Per diem of School Commissioners 171 00 

Printing and advertising. 34 55 

Paid to colored schools 4,024 06 

Insurance 229 00 

Balance current fund on hand July 31st, 1895 128 60 

Balance colored fund on hand July 31st, 1895 179 19 

$36,333 48 



STATE BOAKD OF EDUCATION. 



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WORCESTER COUNTY— COLORED SCHOOLS— Receipts and Dis- 
bursements for the Year ending July 31,1895. 

Receipts. 



Unexpended balance of previous appropriation $ 37 76 

Amount received from State Treasurer 4,315 49 



t $ 4,358 25 
Disbursements. 

Paid for teachers' salaries $3,604 94 

Incidental expenses 783 04 

Paid secretary, treasurer and examiner 150 00 

Fuel 269 72 

Repairs 38 41 

Non-resident pupils 31 20 

Furniture, blackboards, etc 1 45 

Balance cash on hand 179 19 

$ 4,853 25 



18 



APPENDIX. 



1^ 



EXTRACTS FROM THE BY-LAWS 



— OF THE 

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



The following classification and schedule of studies shall be observed in 
all Primary Schools, and in those classes of graded and High Schools to 
which they are applicable : 

First Grade. 

1. Reading and spelling from Chart or Blackboard; reading or spelling 
Primer, or First Reader. 2. Writing capitals and small letters from copies 
on blackboard. B. Counting objects. 4. Writing figures as far as 100. 
5. Adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing by 2, 3, 4, orally, and by 
written work. 6. Drawing. 7. Object lessons. 8. Singing. 

Second. 

1. Reading and spelling to the end of Second Reader. 2. Writing words 
and sentences from blackboard and from Second Reader. 3. Writing and 
reading figures as far as 1,000. 4. Adding, subtracting, multiplying and 
dividing by 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. Mental arithmetic. 5. Drawing. 6. Object lessons. 
7. Singing. 

Third. 

1. Reading and spelling to the end of Third Reader. 2. Copying on 
slates the lessons of the Reader, and exercises in Dictation. 3. Spelling, 
one-half of Primary Spelling-Book. 4. Writing and reading figures as far 
as millions. 5. Addition, subtraction, multiplication and long and short 
division. Mental Arithmetic. 6. Writing in Copy-Book, Nos. 1 and 2. 
7. Language lessons begun. 8. Oral lessons in Geography, including the 
Maps of Maryland and the United States. 9. Drawing. 10. Object lessons. 
11. Singing. 

Fourth. 

1. Reading and spelling to the end of Fourth Reader. 2. Primary Spel- 
ling-Book completed. 3. Copying of lessons in Fourth Reader. Reading 
from slates the lessons copied; Dictation and reproduction exercises. 
4. Elementary Arithmetic, through Fractions. Mental arithmetic. 5. Writ- 
ing Copy-Book, Nos. 3 and 4. 6. Primary Geography, with Oral lessons 
and Map Drawing. 7. Language lessons continued. 8. Drawing. 9. Object 
lessons. 10. Singing. 

Fifth. 

l. Reading and spelling. Fifth Reader, alternate with History of Mary 
land and of the L^nited States. 2. Writing lessons in Fifth Reader from 
Dictation. .3. Spelling — Advanced Spelling-Book, 4. Arithmetic, 2d book 



^^Subjects in italics are recommended, but are not obligatory. 



278 ANiTtrAL REPORT OP THE STATE BOARD OF EDUOITION. 



completed. Mental Arithmetic. 5. Writing — Copr-Book, No. 5. 6. Lan- 
guage lessons continued, with Composition and Letter Writing. 7. 
Grammar — Parsing and Analysis of easy sentences 8. Advanced Geo- 
graphy. 9. Elementary Physiology. 10. Drawing. 11. Singing, 12. 
Needle-work and Donuf^tic economy (for girls.) 13. ElemenU of Agriculture^ 
when ordered. 

Sixth. 

1. Reading and spelling to end of Fifth Reader, alternate with History 
of Maryland and of the United States. 2. Spelling — Advanced Spelling- 
Book completed. 3. Practical Arithmetic completed. Mental Arithmetic. 
4. Writing — Copy-Book, No. 6. 5. Advanced Grammar. 6. Geography 
completed. 7. Lessons in Composition and Letter Writing. 8. Physiology 
completed. 9. Drawing. 10. Singing. 11. Needle-xcork and Domestic economy 
(for girls.) 12. Elements of Agriculture. 

Time Table. 

Each grade may have four daily recitations, as follows : 

Ist. 1 lesson of 15 minutes and three of 10 minutes each — 45 minutes. 
2(1. *' <' «« " 41 «' 

3d! " " " " " —46 

4th. 2 lessons of 15 minutes each and 2 of 10 each — 50 " 

5th. " " " —50 " 

6th. 1 lesson of 20 minutes and 3 of 15 minutes each — 65 " 

The available portion of the remaining hcur, and the time that may be 
gained by the absence of all pupils in any grade, may be spent in general 
exercises, or in studies above sixth grade, when there are pupils sufficiently 
advanced. 

High Schools. 

8. The High School course shall begin with the completion of the sixth 
grade, and may include all the studies required for admission into the 
Freshman class at college. 

9. No school shall be classed as a High School unless it contains at least 
two grades higher than the sixth. 

10. The following schedule of studies is recommended for adoption in 
the High Schools and the higher classes of graded schools. 

Seventh. 

1. Arithmetic reviewed. 2. Algebra (Wentworth's or Robinson's) through 
Equations of the first degree. 3. Geometry (two books of Wentworth, or 
an equivalent) — Geometrical Drawing. 4. Physical Geography. 5. English 
Grammar — Morris's "Elementary Lessons" — Parsing and Analysis of 
"Paradise Lost," Book L 6. Practical exercises in Composition. 7. Eng- 
lish History — Green's "Short History." 8. Latin Grammar and Reader. 
9. Book-keeping. 10. Physiology — (Martin's Human body.) 

Eighth. 

1. Algebra through Equations of the second degree, and Progressions. 
2. Geometry, Plane and Solid, completed. 3. Natural Philosophy. 4. Rhe- 
toric. 5. Modern History. 6. Latin — Caesar "De Bello Gallico," three 
books. 7. Physiology completed. 

Ninth. 

1. Plane Trigonometry and Surveying. 2. Chemistry. 8. Botany. 
4. Ancient History. 5. English Literature (Sharw's). 6. English Language 
(Lounsbury). 7. Elocution. 8. Latin— Virgil's ^neid, four books; Sallust 
— "The Conspiracy of Catiline." 



Board$ of ^oupty Sel^ool ^ommissioijers. 

FEBRUARY Ist, 1895. 



ALLEGANY COUNTY. 

Term Expires. 

J. S. Jamesson, President Piedmont, W. Va. 1898 

Wm. H. Shepherd Cumberland 1900 

Frank C. Beall Frostburg 1896 

H. Q. Weiner, Secretary Cumberland 

ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY. 

Dr. H. M. Revell, President Arnold 1900 

John T. Jeffreys Jessups 1898 

John T. Hutchins Friendship 1896 

F. Eugene Wathen, Secretary Annapolis 



BALTIMORE COUNTY. 

John S. Wilson, President Catonsville 1898 

John P. Clark, N. W. Calvert & Lexington Sts. . . Baltimore 1900 

William T. Cox Howardville 1896 

Benjamin F. Jordan Trump 1898 

N. Bosley Merryman Shawan 1896 

Thomas B. Todd North Point 1900 

Charles B. Rogers, Secretary Towson 



CALVERT COUNTY. 

William F. Robinson, President Barstow 1900 

H. Clay Ireland Lower Marlboro. .1898 

A. 8. Lethering Mutual 1896 

William C. Somerville, Secretary Prince Frederick.. 

CAROLINE COUNTY. 

Edward R. Goslin, President Federalsburg 1898 

Henry C.Fisher Denton 1900 

John F.Dawson Greensborough 1896 

M. B. Stephens, Secretary Denton 

CARROLL COUNTY. 

Elias O. Grimes, President Westminster 1898 

Louis P. Slingluff New Windsor 1898 

Jacob H. Blocher Alesia 1896 

Ernest M. Anderson Mount Airy 1896 

David Prugh Freedom 1900 

Dr. William Reindollar Taney town 1900 

George A. Davis, Secretary , .Westminster 



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ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



CECIL COUNTY. 

Term Expires. 

Francis S. Everist, President Port Deposit 1898 

George R. Ash Elkton 1898 

John R. White Oak wood 1900 

George Biddle, Secretary Cecilton 

CHARLES COUNTY. 

Dr. W. J. Boarman, President Bryantown 1898 

Dr. W. R. Barker Newport 1896 

J. Thomas Halley Pomonkey 1900 

F. J. Maddox, Secretary La Plata 

DORCHESTER COUNTY. 

George W. Woolford, President Cambridge.. ....... 

Irving Langrell Toddville 

Z. H. Brinsfield Eldorado 

James L. Bryan, Secretary Cambridge 



FREDERICK COUNTY. 

Samuel Dutrow, President Frederick 18Q6 

Joseph B. Brown Lantz 1896 

George W. Devilbiss "Woodsboro 1898 

William H. Laken Lander 1898 

David D. Thomas Licksville 1900 

E. R. Zimmerman Emmitsburg 1900 

Ephraim L. Boblitz, Secretary .Frederick. 

GARRETT COUNTY. 



James D. Hamill, President Oakland 

Samuel C. Hoye Deer Park. . 

Cassius N. Friend Friendsville. 

William Hinebaugh, Secretary Oakland. . . . 



HARFORD COUNTY. 

Dr. Martin L. Jarrett, President Jarrcttsville 1896 

Dr. Daniel W. Hopkins Havre de Grace.. 1898 

Fred. W. Baker Belair 1900 

John D. Worthington, Secretary Belair 

HOWARD COUNTY. 

H. O. Devries, President Marriottsville 1900 

Grosvenor Hanson St. Denis 1898 

Dr. Henry Branch Ellicott City 1896 

Dr. L. M. Shipley, Secretary Ellicott City 

KENT COUNTY. 

Richard W. Jones, President Rock Hall 1900 

Cornelius J. Scott Galena 1896 

Vacancy — died 

Eben F. Perkins, Secretary Chestertown 



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281 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Term Expires. 

John H. Gassaway, President Germantown . , 1896 

Wm. B. Mobley Laytonsville 1898 

James E. Williams Boyds 1900 

John J. Higgins, Secretary Rockville 

PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY. 

Dr. W. W. Duvall, President Bowie 1898 

I. S. Wilson Upper Marlboro. ..1896 

H. H. Sasscer North Keys 1900 

Thomas 8. Stone, Secretary Aquasco 

QUEEN ANNE'S COUNTY. 

Dr. J. A. Holton, President Centreville 1898 

Dr. William Denny Kent Island 1900 

Dr. A. E. Sudler Sudlersville 1896 

Louis L. Beatty, i^ecretary Centreville 

ST. MARY'S COUNTY. 

Joseph H. Key, President Leonardtown 1896 

Ignatius E. Mattingly Milestown 1898 

J. Frank Bohanan Park Hall 1900 

Henry Wingate, Secretary Chaptico 

SOMERSET COUNTY. 

Dr. Gordon T. Atkinson, President Crisfield 1898 

William E.Jones Widgeon 1896 

Ephraim G. Polk Princess Anne. . . .1900 

William H. Dashiell, Secretary Princess Anne. . . . 

TALBOT COUNTY. 

Dr. Edward M. Hardcastle, President Trappe 1898 

George C. Moore Queen Anne 1896 

Michael B Nichols Easton 1900 

Alexander Chaplain, Secretary Easton 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

E. W. Mealey, President Hagerstown 1898 

H. A. McComas Hagerstown 1900 

John W. Stonebraker Hagerstown 1900 

C. W. Humerichouse Williamsport. ...1896 

William Kealhoffer Hagerstown 1898 

Alexander Armstrong Hagerstown 1896 

George C. Pearson, Secretary , Hagerstown 



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WICOMICO COUNTY. 

Term Expires. 

Levin W. Dorman, President Salisbury 1900 

Greensbury W. Freeney Pittsville 1896 

Albert L. Jones Quantico 1898 

John O. Freeney, Secretary Salisbury 



WORCESTER COUNTY. 

Daniel C. Hudson, President Berlin 1896 

James S.Price Snow Hill 1898 

Edward W. McMaster Poeomoke City.... 1900 

Calvin B. Taylor, Secretary Berlin 



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